Less than two weeks remain in the regular season, but the NBA is about to get an infusion of high-level talent, as several key players return from injury and attempt to work off any accumulated rust before the postseason.
Kyrie Irving (97% owned) is the most significant returnee; he's back in Cleveland's starting five after missing eight games with a biceps injury. He scored 17 points with six boards and eight assists against Orlando in his first game back, and will obviously be a major factor as the Cavs battle the Hawks and Knicks for the final playoff spot in the East.
J.J. Redick (39%) returned to the Clippers for Thursday's game against the Mavs after missing two months with hip and back injuries. He came off the bench to score 12 points in 24 minutes, but shot just 3-10 from the floor (2-6 from three). He's expected to log significant minutes down the stretch and possibly replace Darren Collison in the starting lineup.
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