Cleveland Cavaliers guard Rodney Hood has played seven minutes since Game 2 of the Boston Celtics series. That’s it. But after practice Tuesday, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue hinted at Hood returning to the lineup.
Lue said. “He’ll get a shot and see how he does. He’s been working, staying ready. So we’ll see.”
Cavs Coach Ty Lue says Rodney Hood will get “a chance” during Game 3, that he’s been working hard in practices. Ty would not reveal if Cleveland willl have any starting lineup changes.
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also reportedly has opted not to step on it.
Lue did not specify where Hood’s minutes will come from, although both Cavaliers guards Jordan Clarkson and Kyle Korver have struggled of late, shooting 3-of-13 and 8-of-25, respectively. Regardless, Game 3 of the NBA Finals will be the former Duke Blue Devil’s first true minutes since the Eastern Conference finals against the Boston Celtics.
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