Celtics

Celtics

The Celtics will be without Kyrie Irving on Tuesday when they visit the Cavaliers.

According to the C's injury report released Monday afternoon, Irving will be held out due to loan management. Robert Williams is listed as doubtful with a low back contusion, and both Al Horford (left knee soreness) and Jayson Tatum (right low back contusion) are questionable.

Irving was asked following Sunday night's loss to the Spurs if going back to Cleveland meant anything to him, to which he responded, "No, not at all." Tuesday night's matchup marks the Celtics’ seventh game in Cleveland since Irving was dealt to Boston (1 preseason, 3 regular season, 3 playoff). He’s played in one game there: Opening night 2017.

The Celtics ride a four-game losing skid into Cleveland as they hope to get back on track vs. the lowly Cavs, who sit in 14th place in the Eastern Conference.

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