The Cleveland Cavaliers were defeated in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday afternoon, 98-90. Now, with a couple of days before Wednesday’s Game 2 tilt, the Cavs are back on the practice floor. However, one member of the team was not in attendance at Monday morning’s shootaround. According to a report from Joe Vardon of, sharpshooter Kyle Korver missed the session due to an illness.

Korver logged just four minutes in Sunday’s loss, scoring zero points on 0-3 shooting from the field. Though he has been dealing with a bout of foot soreness, Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue said that Korver was feeling better prior to the game, but noted he would be on a minutes restriction.

Coach Lue said Korver’s low usage rate was more about matchups.

“He will play more next game,” coach Lue told Joe Vardon of after Sunday’s game. “Just thought when the game got out of hand and we went small trying to be faster on the floor to switch pick-and-rolls and give them a different look and then at that time sitting there that long I didn’t want to risk it so yeah.”

Korver has a bit of time to recover before Game 2. However, if he is unable to play, Rodney Hood and Jordan Clarkson will likely see an uptick in their minutes.

Wednesday night’s game is scheduled to tip inside Quicken Loans Arena at 7:00 p.m. EST with TNT, FOX Sports Ohio and FOX Sports Indiana having live broadcast coverage.