Cavaliers Guard Kyrie Irving received an MRI and CT Scan of his contused left index finger (3rd quarter of Saturday night’s game at The Q vs. Dallas) today at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health. The results of the MRI and CT Scan revealed a hairline/non-displaced fracture in the finger. The injury will be treated with taping and a splint. He is currently projected to be Out for the next four weeks while the fracture heals, and is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.

CLEVELAND, OH - The Cleveland Wheelchair Cavaliers opened up the 2012-2013 season on Saturday, November 17th hosting the Pittsburgh Steelwheelers in a doubleheader at the Brook Park Recreation Center. The Cavaliers took game one by a score of 48 - 47. It was a tightly contested game, with both teams exchanging the lead through out the first half. The Cavaliers lead at the end of the first half by three, and extended the lead to ten early in the second half. However, Pittsburgh fought back and had the ball down one with 20 seconds left in the game.

The 2012-2013 Cavalier Girl Calendar is almost ready to hit the stands, but before this fan-favorite pictorial goes to print, there’s one more shot that needs to be chosen! Cavalier Girls Kaela, Shelbie and Amber are this year’s Cover Girl finalists and they need fans’ support to help them land the coveted cover spread. Fans can vote today through Thursday, November 29th for their favorite dancer to be the face of one of the hottest selling items in the Cavaliers Team Shop and also to be entered for a chance to win awesome prizes.

Cavs fans, mark the date as the one when the Cavs and UpTo rocked your social world! Let us introduce you to our new partner, UpTo, the nation’s leading social calendar platform, and the first ever to integrate your personal calendar into the exploding Social, Local, Mobile (SoLoMo) application space. UpTo also gives Cavs fans a great new way to see what’s coming up with the team and the entire franchise.

Simply put, this pioneer social network has unlocked the power of the calendar!

Wrap-Up – In the closing quarter, the Cavs cooled off as the Sixers heated up, and Philly handed the Cleveland the 86-79 decision on Sunday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The Wine and Gold picked up their defensive intensity in Sunday’s loss – their sixth straight – holding Philly to just 42 percent shooting. The problem was that Cleveland shot just 36 percent from the floor.