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Kyrie Irving confirms he's close to making Cleveland Cavaliers return

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have been managing well in the absence of Kyrie Irving, but there’s no doubting they’ll be celebrating his return. Well, they’re one step closer to that celebration, with the point-guard confirming he’s made the ‘biggest step’ in his comeback from a broken left kneecap. Irving’s been out since Game 2 of the NBA Finals last season but has been fully cleared for practice. It’s only a matter of time before he’s lining up alongside LeBron once more. In the NFL, there was late drama on Thursday Night Football as the Green Bay Packers stunned the Detroit Lions with a last minute Hail Mary. Aaron Rodgers threw an incredible 61-yard play to Richard Rodgers, with the scores finishing 27-23. The last effort completed a 20-point comeback for the Packers.

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