Cavs scratch Dylan Windler (knee) for Monday versus Warriors
The Cleveland Cavaliers have ruled out rookie Dylan Windler (knee soreness) for Monday night's game against the Golden State Warriors.
The 26th overall pick of the 2020 NBA Draft has averaged 18.1 minutes per game since becoming active for the Cavs at the end of January, but will now miss tonight's game.
Windler's absence could open up more minutes for fellow rookie Lamar Stevens in tonight's game. Stevens has a $3,500 salary on FanDuel tonight.
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