Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, Anderson Varejao, Timofey Mozgov making good progress from injuries as training camps near
Kevin Love has been limited no non-contact drills so far. Jerome Ascano

THE Cleveland Cavaliers look to hit full strength soon, with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love making progress and big men Timofey Mozgov and Anderson Varejao looking ready to see action.

Love is back on the court although he has been so far limited to non-contact drills, according to

The star forward, who injured his shoulder in what he called a “bush league” move by Boston’s Kelly Olynyk in the playoffs, earlier this month says he was "a month and a half away" from returning.

Kyrie Irving, whose playoff stint also ended early due to a fractured knee cap, is expected to be ready for training camp, which starts on Sept. 29, according to the report.

Varejao, who in December  last year suffered a left Achilles tear, is reportedly now able to jump and dunk, while Mozgov has been progressing from a knee injury and is also expected to be ready for camp.

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