Cavaliers-Nets: Game Time, Odds, Schedule, TV Channel, Betting Odds, and Live Stream (Sunday, May 16th)
Game Time: 7:00PM EDT/4:00PM PDT on Sunday, May 16th
Betting Odds: NBA Odds
Live Stream: Watch the game online with fuboTV (free trial). Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. Local viewers watch the live stream on YES Network. Non-local viewers watch the live stream on NBA League Pass. You can also follow the game live on the ClutchPoints app.
Cavaliers Active Roster: Lamar Stevens, Damyean Dotson, Anderson Varejao, Jeremiah Martin, Isaiah Hartenstein, Taurean Prince, Brodric Thomas, Kevin Love, Collin Sexton, Dylan Windler, Mfiondu Kabengele, Jarrett Allen, Larry Nance Jr., Darius Garland, Dean Wade, Isaac Okoro, Cedi Osman, Matthew Dellavedova
Cavaliers Injured Players:
- Lamar Stevens (Out – Concussion): Stevens hasn’t played since Apr. 25 against Washington. The timetable for his return is unknown.
- Isaiah Hartenstein (Out – Concussion): The Cavaliers have listed Hartenstein as OUT for Sunday’s game (May 16) against the Nets.
- Taurean Prince (Out For Season – Ankle): The Cavaliers announced F Taurean Prince will undergo season ending ankle surgery.
- Kevin Love (Out – Calf): The Cavaliers have listed Love as OUT for Sunday’s game (May 16) against the Nets.
- Dylan Windler (Out For Season – Knee): The Cavaliers announced that Windler underwent surgery and is out indefinitely.
- Larry Nance Jr. (Out – Thumb): Nance Jr. is expected to miss 1-2 weeks with a fractured right thumb.
- Matthew Dellavedova (Out For Season – Neck): Dellavedova is expected to miss the remainder of the season, according to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com.
Nets Active Roster: DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Alize Johnson, Nicolas Claxton, Landry Shamet, Kevin Durant, Joe Harris, Spencer Dinwiddie, Tyler Johnson, James Harden, Reggie Perry, Chris Chiozza, Mike James, Jeff Green, Kyrie Irving, Bruce Brown
Nets Injured Players:
- Joe Harris (Out – Hip): Nets coach Steve Nash said Harris will miss Saturday (May 15) and Sunday’s (May 16) games against Chicago and Cleveland.
- Spencer Dinwiddie (Out For Season – ACL): Dinwiddie had a ACL reconstruction of his right knee, according to Brian Lewis of the New York Post. He will miss the rest of the season.
- Chris Chiozza (Out – Hand): The Nets announced that Chiozza had surgery on his right hand.