Cavaliers starting point guard Ramon Sessions has had surgery to repair a hernia.
The team says Sessions and rookie forwards Samardo Samuels and Semih Erden all underwent operations on Friday, two days after Cleveland's season ended. The Cavs did not announce the surgeries until Saturday.
Samuels had surgery to repair a right wrist injury, and Erden had his left shoulder repaired.
Sessions started 38 games in his first season with the Cavs after coming over in a trade with Minnesota. He averaged 13.3 points and 5.2 assists.
Samuels averaged 7.8 points in 37 games - 10 starts - for Cleveland. Erden appeared in only four games for Cleveland after being acquired in a trade from Boston.