Cavs' Kyrie Irving shoots, still questionable for Game 3

Published May. 24, 2015 12:41 p.m. ET

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) -- Cavaliers All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving took part in the team's shootaround and remains questionable for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals with an injured left knee.

Irving wore a new brace on his knee for the second day in a row. He worked on his shooting and did some cutting at the team's facility. Irving sat out Game 2 in Atlanta on Friday, but the Cavs won without him to take a commanding lead over the Hawks.

Irving has been slowed by tendinitis in the knee and a sprained right foot throughout the postseason.

Matthew Dellavedova started for Irving on Friday and will likely get the nod again if he can't play.

The Hawks lost top shooter Kyle Korver for the rest of the postseason with a severely sprained ankle. Kent Bazemore will start for Korver. Bazemore stood by his comments that he believes the Hawks are the better team.