Cavs' Gibson to miss two weeks with toe injury

CLEVELAND -- Cavaliers rookie guard Daniel Gibson could miss
two weeks with a sprained left big toe, an injury that will reshuffle Cleveland's lineup again.

Gibson, who has provided the Cavs with a spark since replacing
Eric Snow at point guard in the starting lineup, initially injured
his toe in a Feb. 14 game against Utah. He aggravated it during
Thursday's loss in Dallas, the team said Saturday before hosting

"I jammed it on another player's foot," Gibson said before the
Cavaliers hosted Toronto on Saturday night.

An MRI taken on Friday revealed additional swelling in Gibson's
toe, prompting doctors to advise additional rest for the
21-year-old nicknamed "Boobie."

"We're right back to square one with it," said Gibson, wearing
a protective boot on his foot. "They told me to take my time."

In 16 starts, Gibson, a second-round draft pick, is averaging
5.2 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists.

With Gibson sidelined, the Cavaliers recalled rookie guard
Shannon Brown from Albuquerque of the NBA Development League. After
being assigned to the Thunderbirds on Friday, Brown had 14 points
and six assists in a win over Arkansas.

Larry Hughes (flu) and Damon Jones (back spasms) were listed as
questionable for the game against the Raptors.