Newly acquired Cavaliers Larry Nance Jr., Jordan Clarkson, George Hill and Rodney Hood will not play in Friday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena, coach Tyronn Lue said.

Although the Cavs brought their medical team to Atlanta to expedite the physicals Friday, they still must be exchanged with the teams they were traded from. Ex-Kings guard Hill and ex-Jazz guard Hood might not be able to participate in Saturday afternoon's practice at Philips Arena because Iman Shumpert's physical is not scheduled in Sacramento until Saturday.

Nance, a Revere High School product and Akron native, did arrive at Philips Arena with the other three new Cavs before the game, with General Manager Koby Altman anxious to greet them in the locker room.

Lue heard "some commotion" in the locker room when they arrived. Clarkson, Nance and Hood sat at lockers during pre-game media availability, but won't formally speak to the media until Saturday.

The Cavs' next game is Sunday at 3:30 at TD Garden against the East-leading Boston Celtics. The Cavs will fly to Boston after practicing Saturday.

Lue explained his decision to start rookie forward Cedi Osman over Jeff Green against the Hawks.

"Just having an extra ball handler off the bench with Jeff is good for us, especially if Isaiah Taylor is playing. He picks up full court and he likes to pressure the basketball in the backcourt, so it gives us an extra ball handler in the second unit," Lue said.

But Osman probably won't start long term.

"No, I donít think so," Lue said. "I think having him in the game off the bench is good. And remember, heís a rookie, but heís given us great minutes and heís going to have some ups and downs throughout the course of the season. Just his energy is infectious and itís good for us the way he plays. Give us a jolt offensively and defensively."