On Tuesday against the Indiana Pacers, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving drove to the basket in transition and came up limping. He suffered what the Cavs are calling a "knee bruise" on the play and an MRI showed no significant injuries from the play. Irving came back into the game and finished it out, but he hasn't played in Cleveland's two games since the injury occurred.

Don't expect him to get his revenge against the Pacers Sunday night. Irving is expected to miss his third straight game with the knee injury. The Cavaliers aren't worried about rushing him back any time soon and just want him to be completely healthy before he gets back on the court.