BOSTON (CBS) – The Celtics will be without guard Marcus Smart for at least their next two games.

The team announced on Saturday that Smart will not travel when the Celtics take on Brooklyn on Sunday or Atlanta on Tuesday.

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According to the Celtics, Smart is dealing with a “lower left leg injury.”

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Evan Turner is also dinged up, dealing with a right leg strain.

Turner, however, is expected to be available for head coach Brad Stevens.

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The Celtics called up guards Terry Rozier and James Young from the Developmental League as the team deals with Smart and Turner’s injuries.