The Boston Celtics are hoping to get Ray Allen back Friday night when they play the Timberwolves in Minnesota.
Boston Celtics shooting guard Ray Allen was back on the floor for the team’s Wednesday morning shootaround, but it’s unclear if he’ll suit up against the Jazz.
Celtics guard Ray Allen said he felt better, but is expecting to be sore on Tuesday after taking a late fall in Boston’s 94-85 win over the Clippers Monday night.
Celtics forward Chris Wilcox is out indefinitely for Boston, and will have additional tests performed sometime this week on his heart after an earlier cardiac test raised a red flag.
Boston Celtics center Jermaine O’Neal is expected to miss two weeks with a bad wrist, and it could be worse.
After a slow start to his Boston Celtics career, Chris Wilcox is feeling a lot better wearing green.
Kevin Garnett has been upgraded to probable Wednesday night against the Pistons, but the Celtics should still rely more on their bench.
Celtics rookie Greg Stiemsma joined Toucher & Rich on Wednesday to talk about his soon-to-be increasing role, the Celtics upcoming road trip, and his new experiences in the NBA.
The Celtics will likely be without Kevin Garnett and Mickael Pietrus Wednesday night when host the Detroit Pistons at the Garden, head coach Doc Rivers announced Tuesday.
The Celtics will not have Ray Allen for Thursday night’s game in Orlando against the Magic, but there is a chance some of the other walking wounded could return.