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June 1 9:00 finals warriors VS knight lefoy on June 1, the Cavaliers officially announced that all star forward Kevin loeffer could return through the concussion detection program. This means that "Eros" will make its debut in today's finals.

Lefo hit his head in the first quarter of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals when he collided with Celtic rookie Jason Tatum and was forced to leave. After that, the League announced that lofoy had entered the concussion protection program and was therefore absent from the Eastern Conference finals.

Cavaliers coach Terren Lew has previously revealed in an interview that if Loew is allowed to play, he will still start.

In Lew's system, Loew has played center and power forward. He has 13.9 points and 10.0 rebounds in the playoffs this year, which is the second attack point beside LeBron James and one of the most trusted teammates.

Lofoy took part in shooting training. James once said that lofoy is very important to the Cavaliers. Now lofoy is determined to return, that is, Jeff Green will return to the bench.

G7 Jeff Green started for lofoy, handed over 19 points and 8 rebounds to help the Cavaliers beat the green 87-79 away. In this way, the Cavaliers and warriors meet for the fourth consecutive year in the finals.

This is not the first time lofoy has had a concussion this season. In March this year, he was absent from the competition due to concussion; in the 2016 finals, lefo was also absent from the competition due to concussion. In addition, lefo missed the 2015 Finals because of a shoulder injury.

Lefo, 29, has played 59 games for the Cavaliers in the regular season, averaging 28.0 minutes, 17.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists, with a three-point hit rate of 41.5%.