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Gibson out for Cavs

From the Associated Press: CLEVELAND — Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson will miss two weeks with an injured toe in the first setback this season for the NBA’s hottest team. Gibson sprained his left big toe in the second quarter of Tuesday night’s win over Toronto. He did not travel to Cleveland’s game in Philadelphia, staying back to undergo an MRI and X-rays on Wednesday. The team did not provide results of those tests. One of the Cavs’ top reserves and outside shooters, Gibson is averaging 9.4 points per game for the Cavaliers, who have won nine straight games and are 17-1 since Nov. 3. With a 114-94 romp over the Raptors, Cleveland became the first team in league history to win nine games in a row by at least 12 points.

Gibson out for Cavs

From the Associated Press:
CLEVELAND — Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson will miss two weeks with an injured
toe in the first setback this season for the NBA’s hottest team.
    Gibson sprained his left big toe in the second quarter of Tuesday night’s win over
Toronto. He did not travel to Cleveland’s game in Philadelphia, staying back to
undergo an MRI and X-rays on Wednesday. The team did not provide results of those
tests.
    One of the Cavs’ top reserves and outside shooters, Gibson is averaging 9.4 points
per game for the Cavaliers, who have won nine straight games and are 17-1 since
Nov. 3.
    With a 114-94 romp over the Raptors, Cleveland became the first team in league
history to win nine games in a row by at least 12 points.
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