Cleveland Cavaliers rookie point guard Kyrie Irving will miss the next two games with a concussion, according to ESPN.
Irving sustained the concussion against the Miami Heat in the fourth quarter Tuesday when he attempted to drive to the basket and fell back striking his head on Dwayne Wade’s knee. The Cavaliers ended up losing the contest 91-107.
Already out one game, Irving will also miss the next two home games on Friday against the Milwaukee Bucks and Saturday against the Philadelphia 76ers. Irving’s status is officially listed as day-to-day and he will be replaced by Ramon Sessions. The Cavaliers (10-14) will be playing tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks (11-14).