Cavaliers fans are excited about Kyrie Irving Bobblehead Night on Monday at The Q, but they'd no doubt rather have All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving.

After Irving practiced with the Cavaliers on Sunday afternoon, it's entirely possible he will play against the New York Knicks, barring any setbacks.

"He did everything today in practice and based I what I saw today in practice, there's a good chance he'll play tomorrow," coach Byron Scott said. "We will see how he feels after really going up and down and going a full scrimmage and obviously that will determine whether he's good to go or not. But from what I saw today, he's good."

Irving has missed three games with a sore/hyperextended right knee and has been able to rest since last Monday.

"It was something I think he needed," Scott said. "Obviously, he could have probably continued to play. It just depends on his threshold of pain, because it was going to be painful. But we just didn't see a reason why [to keep playing].

"We tried to let him have as much time as he needed to get that thing completely healed so it's not something that continues to flare up during the rest of the season. I thought it was good he took those days off and got the treatment that he was getting and did all the things he was supposed to do.

"Today he looked pretty good so he'll go from there."