Marcus Smart may have lost a sneaker last Friday, but the Celtics’ rookie point feels very lucky.
Rajon Rondo still isn’t sure if he’ll suit up for the Celtics when they open their season on Wednesday night, but he is certainly making progress.
James Young kept a hamstring injury to himself, and is now sidelined for the foreseeable future.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley was back on the practice court on Monday, and hopes that he can play Wednesday night when Boston visits the Hawks in Atlanta.
Avery Bradley has been sidelined by a second ankle sprain, and the status of the Celtics’ guard following the All-Star break is uncertain.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley left Tuesday night’s loss to the Miami Heat with a sprained right ankle, and will now miss a “couple of weeks” with the injury according to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn.
Rajon Rondo still doesn’t have a return date, but the Celtics point guard said he’ll be back before the All-Star break on Friday.
Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge offered a quick update on Rajon Rondo on Thursday, and though he doesn’t have a return date in mind, is pleased with the strides the point guard has made as he recovers from ACL surgery.
After missing the last seven games with inflammation in his left ankle, Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett could return to action this weekend.
You can add Paul Pierce to the now-lengthy list of the Boston Celtics walking wounded, though some can argue he was already a member.