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Cleveland Cavaliers: 2 reasons Matthew Dellavedova shouldn’t be back

It’s been a difficult season for the Cleveland Cavaliers from an injury standpoint, as has been the case for so many NBA teams. The condensed scheduling hasn’t aided clubs from more strings of potential injury absences, but again, all teams have had to deal with it. From a Cavs’ perspective,...
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Cavaliers' Matthew Dellavedova: Out Friday

Dellavedova (neck) is listed as out for Friday's game against Orlando. Dellavedova will miss his third game in a row due to a strained neck. Damyean Dotson could continue to see an increased workload with the veteran point guard sidelined.
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Cleveland Cavaliers to be without seven players, including Larry Nance Jr., Matthew Dellavedova and Collin Sexton, Monday night vs. Raptors

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Cleveland Cavaliers will have just nine players available for Monday’s road trip finale against the Toronto Raptors. Larry Nance Jr., Isaiah Hartenstein, Matthew Dellavedova and Lamar Stevens all suffered injuries during Sunday’s 119-110 loss to the Washington Wizards -- a game that pushed Cleveland six back of the final Play-In spot with 12 games remaining.
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Cavs: Matthew Dellavedova can often help Darius Garland be fresher later

Matthew Dellavedova has recently been back for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that’s been nice to see. Dellavedova has missed most of the season thus far because of complications involving a serious concussion dating back to preseason and then him having to recover from an appendectomy. It reportedly took Delly a...
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Should the Cleveland Cavaliers re-sign Matthew Dellavedova?

The Cleveland Cavaliers appear to have their backcourt of the future in Darius Garland and Collin Sexton and while we don’t quite know what their collective ceiling is as of yet, what we do know is that they can co-exist. Behind those two up-and-comers is fan favorite: Matthew Dellavedova. “Delly”...
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Cavs Top 3: Kevin Love and Matthew Dellavedova return in loss

The Cavs fell to the 76ers on Thursday night 114-94. The Cavs, almost like clock-work, were competitive until the second half when things fell apart. While this is the recurring trend for the Cavaliers this year, the one thing that should be shouted and celebrated were the returns of Kevin Love and Matthew Dellavedova to the team.
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Kevin Love, Matthew Dellavedova return hoping to ignite battle-tested young Cavaliers

Matthew Dellavedova and his wife Anna continue to discover son Anders’ noisy toys they hid on shelves because of the sound sensitivity the Cavaliers guard experienced while battling a concussion. A case of whiplash accompanied it, and Dellavedova said he was bothered by neck stiffness that took agonizingly long to...
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Kevin Love, Matthew Dellavedova return; not enough for Cavs to get a win

CLEVELAND (AP) — Shake Milton scored 27 points, Dwight Howard had 18 points and 15 rebounds, and the Philadelphia 76ers finished a six-game road trip without injured star Joel Embiid by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 114-94. The Sixers went 4-2 on their trip as they wait for Embiid to recover from a knee injury.
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Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love, Matthew Dellavedova to return to lineup vs. Philadelphia 76ers

CLEVELAND -- Cavaliers star center Kevin Love will play in just his fifth game this season after being sidelined by a severe calf strain. Coach J.B. Bickerstaff said Love - and guard Matthew Dellavedova, who hasn't played in more than a year - are available Thursday night as the short-handed Cavs face the Philadelphia 76ers. It's Love's first action since March 14, when he came back after missing 32 games.
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Matthew Dellavedova makes long awaited return for Cleveland Cavaliers

After an absence of more than 12 months, Matthew Dellavedova made his season debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Australian guard was cleared to suit up against Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers after an extended absence with concussion symptoms and an appendectomy. Finishing with five assists in his 16...