There are conflicting reports about a knee injury suffered by Cavaliers forward Omri Casspi during training with the Israeli basketball team. Because of the NBA lockout, the Cavaliers cannot contact Casspi or comment on the reports.

According to eurobasket.com, Casspi, the first Israeli-born player in the NBA, slipped during practice on Wednesday, will have physical therapy for two weeks and is questionable for the EuroBasket championships in Lithuania. The team is trying to finish in the top six in the EuroBasket tournament, which would qualify it for next summer's last-chance Olympic qualifying tournament, where the final three teams to win London 2012 bids will be decided.

"The knee is not something you play around with," the website quotes Casspi as saying. "I will not play again until I know I'm 100 percent capable.