CLEVELAND, Feb. 11 (UPI) -- Cleveland center Anderson Varejao is likely to be out for weeks with a broken right wrist, the Cavaliers said Saturday.
It is the second key player injury of late for Cleveland, which also is without point guard Kyrie Irving, who is recovering from a concussion.
Varejao was hurt in a Friday loss to Milwaukee as one of the Bucks tried knock the ball from him and nailed him on the wrist.
Initial X-rays Friday failed to reveal the fracture but it turned up during an examination Saturday at Cleveland Clinic.
Varejao is averaging 10.8 points and 11.5 rebounds this season.