Darius Garland re-started Tuesday night's practice after being sidelined by injury.

During his sophomore season, Garland showed signs of progress as a scorer and facilitator.

In addition to adding to the team's offense, he also helped the Cavaliers win 22 games.

After that, he landed another great player in the form of a 6-foot-11 all-court solution in the 2021 draft.

In a light practice Tuesday, Garland took part in shooting and passing drills.

However, it is still unclear whether the guard will play against Charlotte.

The injury occurred on Jan. 9, when he was accidentally poked in the eye by Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr.

Garland only played 13 minutes against the Raptors before leaving the game with a laceration in his eyelid.

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