Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers went on a bit of a run when they first when through their roster shakeup but they've lost four of their last six games since the All-Star break and they will be hoping to hoping to snap a two-game skid after Saturday's 126-117 loss to the Nuggets. However, overnight he suffered increased significant swelling and the Cavs diagnosed him with a right ankle sprain. Examination at Cleveland Clinic Courts in Independence on March 4 confirmed the diagnosis of a sprain, the Cavaliers reported. He will now "undergo a period of treatment and rehabilitation" before returning. He has scored 57 points in a game.Why hasn't this long tour de force resulted in a big uptick in record?MoodsFor one thing, James himself was disaffected and petulant before the big trades. It will be the final contest in what has been a brutal homestand for the Cavaliers.
Tristan Thompson To Miss Multiple Games With Sprained Ankle
When the Cleveland Cavaliers traded almost their entire roster before the clock ran out on NBA Trade Deadline day, it seemed like the Cavs were back to doing what they were doing best the past three seasons: winning. They are 13-18 since a downhill slide began on December 19 in Milwaukee.
Per the Cavs, Thompson is expected to be out "multiple" games, which is something that Cavs fans doesn't want to hear now that their team is in the home stretch of the season. The second-year player is averaging 8.8 points and 6.7 rebounds on the season, and 10 points with 6.6 rebounds since joining the Cleveland Cavaliers. Reggie Jackson averages 14.6 points per game.