Kyle Korver, who missed last seven games for the Cleveland Cavaliers, participated in a full practice yesterday. The sharpshooting guard could see some action against the Denver Nuggets Wednesday night, but he probably won't play more than 15 minutes as the Cavaliers will take it slowly and stay cautious.

Korver suffered a foot Injury two weeks ago and has been sidelined ever since.

Cleveland Cavaliers need Kyle Korver

Even though Kyle Korver was a mid-season acquisition for the Cavaliers, they have relied on him and his shooting skills a lot lately.

The Cavaliers need Korver to stay healthy and contribute to the team, as they are trying to secure the first seed in the East. At this moment, Cleveland has only two games of advantage over the second-seeded Boston Celtics, but things can quickly change as they have 13 games left to play this season. The Cavaliers are the second-best NBA team when playing at home with 28 wins and 7 losses, and securing home-court advantage in the playoffs is essential to them.

Without Kyle Korver in the lineup, the defending champions are 4-3 and their last game was a close win against one of the worst teams in the league, Los Angeles Lakers. There is no doubt that he is an important player and the Cavaliers definitely miss his shooting and his energy off the bench.

Korver said his foot is feeling stronger

During the practice yesterday, Kyle Korver said that his foot is feeling stronger and that he feels much better and rested. Considering that he participated in a full practice, Korver is expected to play against the Nuggets Wednesday night, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

Kyle Korver is one of the best three-point shooters in the NBA and he increased his shooting percentages further after joining the Cleveland Cavaliers.

However, most of his good games came while another guard, J.R. Smith was sidelined with an injury. If Korver comes back soon, it will be interesting to see what role he will have for the Cavaliers and how well he will play while sharing minutes with other guards on the team.