The Cleveland Cavaliers just can't seem to catch any breaks this season when it comes to injuries. With just two weeks left before the start of the NBA playoffs [VIDEO], this is a time that the Cavs need to get healthy, but one day before they meet up and play against the Dallas Mavericks, the team has announced two more injuries to their roster. Kevin Love only missed one game after suffering a tooth injury and made his return on Friday night to score eight points with eight rebounds. Sadly, Kyle Korver is still out with soreness and now starting point guard George Hill will miss at least one game, if not more, with a left ankle sprain.

The Cavaliers injured stars

The biggest injury here for the Cleveland Cavaliers is the one to George Hill.

After the NBA trade deadline moves, it was Hill who replaced Isaiah Thomas as the starting point guard for the Cavs and while he isn't scoring a lot of points, he has been a key starter for Cleveland since joining the team.

The injury occurred in the Cleveland Cavaliers win over the New Orleans Pelicans when George Hill rolled his ankle when going for a layup in the third quarter of the game. He then landed on the same ankle he rolled and left the game immediately.

On Saturday morning, the Cavaliers reevaluated Hill and reported that an MRI showed the injury was a left ankle sprain. He is listed as OUT for the Cavs Sunday game with the Mavericks and will undergo treatment and rehabilitation. His return date is unknown.

As for Kyle Korver, he hasn't played a game since the March 19 contest against the Milwaukee Brewers.

Korver has been suffering from foot soreness and the Cleveland Cavaliers have held him out as he undergoes treatment. He is still OUT for the Dallas Mavericks game.

Cleveland Cavaliers covering for injured players

When Isaiah Thomas and Derrick Rose were injured before, it was LeBron James [VIDEO] that moved over and started at point guard. There is a chance that the Cleveland Cavaliers could go big with Kevin Love, Larry Nance Jr. and Cedi Osman getting playing on the court at the same time, but that is not likely.

Instead, it looks like Jordan Clarkson will get a chance to start at point guard in place of George Hill. Jose Calderon will also get more minutes, but it is Clarkson that is the better bet when it comes to quality play. With Hill leaving early on Friday night, Clarkson picked up 30 minutes of playing time and scored 23 points for the Cleveland Cavaliers.