Dellavedova says he’ll be ready to play in Game 4 of the NBA Finals

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Matthew Dellavedova before Game 3 of the NBA Finals June 9, 2015 (Courtesy: FOX 8's Jen Steer)

CLEVELAND– Matthew Dellavedova spoke Wednesday afternoon, after being treated at the Cleveland Clinic for severe cramping and dehydration following Game 3 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night.

Dellavedova said he’s feeling pretty good and said he’ll be all ready to play in Game 4 Thursday night.

Delly finished Tuesday night’s game with 20 points, 4 assists and 5 rebounds. The Cavs beat the Golden State Warriors, 96-91.

Both LeBron James and Kyrie Irving spoke about Delly at Wednesday’s press conference. Kyrie, who spoke to the press for the first time since undergoing knee surgery, said,

“I’m not surprised by Delly’s performances. From the first time I met him, he demanded my respect.”

LeBron said,

“He gives us everything that he has. We all appreciate it.”

Meanwhile, Iman Shumpert, who has a bruised shoulder, is also expected to play tomorrow.

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