(WNFL) - The Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling as they get ready to host the Milwaukee Bucks tonight. The Cavs might have to play without their All-Star guard Kyrie Irving, who’s listed as questionable after he sat out practice yesterday with an illness. Also, Cleveland’s Dion Waiters is questionable with tendinitis in his right wrist. He leads the N-B-A’s Eastern Conference in scoring as a reserve, with 15-and-a-half points per game off the bench. Cleveland has lost two straight, but they’ve won four-of-their-last-five home contests. The Bucks have the league’s worst record at 5-and-20. After a shoot-around today, coach Larry Drew said forward Caron Butler would be a game-time decision, as he returns from knee swelling. Giannis Antetokounmpo will make his second straight start, and guard O-J Mayo will come off the bench after being away for his grandmother’s funeral this week. The Bucks will try to go 2-and-0 against Cleveland, after beating them 109-to-104 at home on November sixth. Irving scored 29 points for the Cavs in that game.