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Health not a major issue for Cavaliers three weeks into spring practice

Virginia Coach Mike London needed to knock on wood when he was answering a question about the Cavaliers' health because the team has, for the most part, avoided costly injuries.

Through nine practices (the 10th practice is today), only two players who participated have been sidelined through the spring. Linebacker Steve Greer had a high ankle sprain and defensive lineman Brent Urban underwent knee surgery.

Defensive end Matt Conrath, tight end Joe Torchia and safety Corey Mosley -- all starters last season -- have not participated in spring practice because of prior injuries.

Also of note, Quintin Hunter is back at wide receiver after a brief stop playing quarterback. London wanted to stay true to his word of allowing players to try positions they wanted to play, although it became clear that Hunter was not a quarterback for this type of offense.

By Zach Berman  |  April 2, 2010; 4:00 PM ET
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