Great news for fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Matthew Dellavedova & Iman Shumpert are both ready to play in-game 4 tonight. Dellavedova was released from the Cleveland Clinic after receiving some IV therapy to help him over-come the serious dehydration he suffered after his outstanding performance in-game 3.
Dellavedova was released from the hospital, in plenty of time to rejoin his Cavaliers teammates for film study. His tank may be a little empty, according to head coach David Blatt, but the Cavs are doing everything they can to help him refill it.
When it comes to limiting the amount of minutes Delly plays, Dellavedova won't hear of that. He knows what's at stake and he wants to play as much as he can tonight.
Iman Shumpert is also ready to go in-game 4 tonight. He underwent an MRI which didn't show any structural damage to his shoulder, after he ran into a hard screen Tuesday night. Shumpert just has some bruising in the shoulder, and he said; This is the finals, it's not the regular season and it would take a lot more than some bruising to keep me out of tonight's game.
Cleveland already has a 2-1 over the Golden State Warriors. Another win in-game 4 would be huge. The Cavaliers play tonight at home, then will travel back to Oakland for game 5. You can expect another battle tonight folks.
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