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Cavaliers' guard Gibson out with concussion


Posted Oct 23, 2012 6:29 PM

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson is out for Cleveland's preseason game against Indiana on Tuesday night because of a concussion.

The Cavaliers announced Gibson reported concussion symptoms on Monday. He will cleared to resume contact and game action once he is symptom-free and successfully completes the NBA concussion protocol process.

Forward Luke Harangody is also out with a sprained left knee.

Gibson, who is entering his seventh season, is expected to come off the bench for Cleveland this year.

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