All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving and swingman C.J. Miles will play for the Cavaliers against Brooklyn tonight at The Q.

Irving, still recovering from a sprained left shoulder suffered at Toronto on March 10, was held out of Monday's game at Atlanta because it was the second game of a back-to-back. Miles missed Monday's game with a sore right foot suffered at New Orleans on Sunday,

Rookie Dion Waiters, still suffering from a sore left knee, will not play tonight, and coach Byron Scott said today there really was no update on his condition.

Waiters took himself out of a game after the first quarter against Indiana on March 18. At the time, the Cavs said he had a loose cartilage fragment in his knee and would be out a week for rest, treatment and additional observation and examination. They said at the time arthroscopic surgery could be an option, clearly as a last resort.