“Celtics @ 7″ on Saturday welcomed the return of Avery Bradley after he played his first game on Friday’s loss to the Suns following 13 missed with an ankle injury.
The Celtics get back to work Friday night where they’ll take on the Phoenix Suns at the TD Garden, so Gresh & Zo chatted with coach Brad Stevens for his weekly appearance.
For the second straight season, it’s been a challenging year for Avery Bradley. Back in 2012-13, the guard was hampered by offseason shoulder surgery that sidelined him for the start of the regular season and limited his production once he did return to the floor.
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Stevens also announced on Friday that center Vitor Faverani, who hasn’t played in the NBA since late January, may need surgery for a knee injury.
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Avery Bradley has been sidelined by a second ankle sprain, and the status of the Celtics’ guard following the All-Star break is uncertain.
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Stevens thinks its a great honor, but also warns of the adverse effect it might have on a player.
While it was hardly the marquee matchup that Rajon Rondo usually saves his best performances for, the Celtics’ playmaker looked to be back to his All-Star self in Boston’s 96-89 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday.