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Cleveland Cavaliers two-way swingman John Holland will miss four-to-six weeks with a shoulder injury, the team said Friday.
Holland suffered a partial shoulder dislocation while playing for the Canton Charge in a G-League game against the Grand Rapids Drive.
He is averaging 19.5 points and 3.9 rebounds in Canton.
Holland, 29, has appeared in four NBA games for his career, all coming this season with the Cavs. He is averaging less than a point and rebounds per game.
Guard London Perrantes is the Cavs’ other two-way player. He made his NBA debut last week.