Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving Out Indefinitely with Bicep Strain
(CLEVELAND) -- It looks like Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving may have yet another season cut short due to an injury as he is out indefinitely with a strain in his left bicep.
With one month left in the NBA season, Irving will miss at least the next two weeks, and possibly the rest of the season as the Cavaliers fight to make the playoffs.
Irving was hurt during the team's Sunday night game in the first half against the Los Angeles Clippers, and now he's being shut down while the team decides which course of action to take.
Despite being one of the best young players in the NBA, Irving's career has been hampered by injury issues. He also missed a bulk of the season in his lone year at Duke.
He missed 31 games his rookie year, 22 games last season, and if he doesn't play again in 2014 he will have missed 18 games this season.
This season, Irving is averaging 21.2 point and 6.2 assists per game.
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