CLEVELAND — Two Cavs players will be out due to injuries sustained in recent games.
According to the team, Cavs guard Danté Exum has a right calf strain. He left Monday’s game again the Orlando Magic in the first quarter. He is expected to miss up to two months.
The Cavs said his status will be updated as appropriate.
The other player, guard Darius Garland, didn’t play in Monday’s game due to a right shoulder sprain. He could miss up to a week but will be reevaluated as he undergoes treatment.
The Cavs said it will provide an update when his status changes.
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