The Cleveland Cavaliers will be without the power forward for up to six weeks with a fractured finger on his left hand.
Larry Nance Jr. made his return in Saturday’s loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, but after an injury will end up missing more time. Nance is expected to miss up to six weeks with a fractured finger on his left hand according to reports.
It was a sprained right wrist which kept Larry Nance Jr. on the sideline for a few games. Now the Cavs will have to move forward without one of the more important players on the team.
Cleveland is also without Kevin Love so this leaves the Cavs with Taurean Prince to fill in again. Prince has played surprisingly well for the Cavs since coming over from Brooklyn and may be able to hold down the fort for the time being. The issues arise further down the roster. With more minutes to be distributed it will result in players such as Cedi Osman playing a larger role. This could become a problem as Osman is not someone who should be playing a high volume of minutes.