Cleveland head coach Tyronn Lue will return to Cleveland on Friday evening, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
Wojnarowski says that Lue will join the team only as an "observer" and will not train on Friday. It is expected to "make it back to the coaching role" during the Cavaliers' four-game home game.
Lue resigned from his March trainer office in 19, citing a need to focus on his health. Lue told reporters that he suffered from chest pain and lack of sleep throughout the season.
"Despite a string of tests, there was no indication of what the problem was."
Assistant coach Larry Drew served as reigning head coach during Lues absence.
The Cavaliers begin their four scores with the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night
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