Cavs News: Kyrie Irving Aggravates Left Knee, Probable for Game 2

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After battling a plethora of injuries throughout the playoffs and, at times, during the regular season, Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving is currently listed as probable with an aggravated left knee injury for Friday night’s Game 2 showdown against the Atlanta Hawks.

According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN, the Duke University product is prepared to toughen out the pain and give it a go for Game 2 in Atlanta. Irving’s toughness is something to admire, as he has not missed a single game in his first playoff run.

Irving, who managed to play 27 minutes in the Cavs’ 97-89 road victory in Game 1 over the Hawks, finished with 10 points, six assists and three rebounds.

More news on Irving’s status will be announced as soon as made available.

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Andrew Salmi is a recent graduate of California State University, Fullerton after he previously attended Arizona State University. He is proud to be a staff writer for Cavaliers Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @andrewsalmi.