Kyrie Irving (fractured knee cap) said he has no regrets about the injury he suffered in the NBA Finals.
Kyrie Irving (broken kneecap) said that he will likely be out of his cast in a week and said that he is feeling better.
Kyrie Irving (broken kneecap) is wearing a soft full-leg cast and has already begun to rehab after having surgery on Saturday morning.
Kyrie Irving had successful surgery to repair his fractured left kneecap on Saturday morning.
An MRI revealed Kyrie Irving suffered a fractured kneecap and he will miss the next 3-4 months.
Kyrie Irving (knee) is unlikely to play against the Warriors on Sunday regardless of the results of Friday's MRI, according to Jeff Zilgitt of USA Today.
Jon Barry reportedly heard someone within the Cavs organization say that they feel Kyrie Irving (knee) will not play again in the Finals.
There has reportedly been some growing tension between Kyrie Irving's agent and Cleveland management regarding Irving's knee.
Kyrie Irving said that the knee injury he sustained during Game 1 of the Finals felt different than previous aggravations.
Kyrie Irving (knee) left the Oracle Arena on crutches.
Kyrie Irving injured his left leg against the Warriors on Thursday and went to the locker room.
Kyrie Irving said he's learning how to play while he's hurt.
Kyrie Irving's (knee) progress "has been slow," according to Coach David Blatt.
Cavs head coach David Blatt said that Kyrie Irving (knee) took part in some of Sunday's practice, but added that Kyrie is still not himself yet.