Cavs' West returns to team after nearly 2-week absence

CLEVELAND -- Cavaliers guard Delonte West returned to
practice Wednesday after missing nearly two weeks to address a
personal matter.

West left the Cavaliers on Oct. 4 and missed three preseason
games. The Cavaliers did not disclose the reason for his absence.

West was a restricted free agent who signed a two-year contract
with Cleveland last month.

He joined the Cavs in an 11-player trade last February and was
one of the team's best players during the postseason, averaging
10.8 points, 3.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists in 13 games.

The 25-year-old West is expected to back up point guard Mo
Williams and could share time with Daniel Gibson at shooting guard.