To make matters worse, the Cavs may have lost the services of their second most important player Kyle Irving who injured his knee during the OT. He will undergo an MRI today to determine the extent of his injury.
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“You can hear in the tone of my voice that I’m a little worried, ” Irving said. “I just want to make sure everything is OK, and I’m going to take the necessary steps to see what’s going on.”
Game 2 will be played Sunday night.