The Cleveland Cavaliers had their impressive winning streak snapped in a loss to the Indiana Pacers but rebounded with a big win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday. Now, coming off a nice two-day break in game action, head coach Tyronn Lue has settled on a lineup for tonight's big game against the Atlanta Hawks. According to NBA beat reporter Dave McMenamin, it sounds like the Cavaliers will get an injured player back on the court tonight but will be without another of their stars.

Who is returning for Cavaliers tonight?

After missing over a month of in-game action for the Cleveland Cavaliers, it looks like center Tristan Thompson will finally make his return tonight against the Atlanta Hawks.

Thompson went down with an injured calf way back on Nov. 1 and has been working on his return. While his return was originally rumored for last week, Cleveland wanted to remain careful when it came to bringing him back to the court.

While Tyronn Lue said that Tristan Thompson will play tonight against the Atlanta Hawks, Lue also said that he won't start and might not get significant time off the bench at the start. With the Cleveland Cavaliers playing so well since his injury, the team can move slowly with his return.

According to ESPN, Lue said that Channing Frye will continue to play with the second unit while Kevin Love remains a starter at center for the Cavaliers. Lue said that the goal is to figure out what role Thompson will play upon his return.

Thompson said that he doesn't care if he plays at all upon his return as long as Cleveland keeps winning games.

Who is out of action against Hawks tonight?

Unfortunately, with Tristan Thompson back on the court, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be without Dwyane Wade tonight. Wade has been a beast since he finally settled into his role as the point guard for the second team.

His average for the season is sitting at 11.5 points-a-game from the bench and he has played a large role in the wins over the last month.

However, Wade is injured for the second time this season. This time it is left knee soreness and the Cleveland Cavaliers are possibly resting him to avoid further injury. With Dwyane on the sidelines, LeBron James will see increased action.

While LeBron was able to get some rest when Dwyane ran the offense, James will move back to point guard when the second team is on the court tonight.

While Dwyane Wade has suffered a couple of minor problems this season, this is only the second game he will sit out so the Cleveland Cavaliers hope to have him back against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday. Wade is considered day-to-day.