BOSTON (CBS) — After suffering a mild heart attack in Milwaukee on Tuesday night, Danny Ainge is back home in Boston.

Celtics head coach Brad Stevens provided a quick update on Ainge after Friday’s morning shootaround in Brighton. Stevens said that Ainge is back home and slept in his own bed Thursday night.

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“All signs are encouraging,” said Stevens.

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The Celtics’ president of basketball ops. spent his Tuesday night in a Milwaukee hospital after suffering a mild heart attack after the Celtics’ Game 2 loss to the Bucks. The Celtics released a statement Thursday saying they expect Ainge to make a full recovery, and getting back home is a good start to that process. Ainge also suffered a mild heart attack back in 2009 and underwent heart surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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The Celtics host the Bucks Friday night at TD Garden for Game 3 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series, which Ainge will no doubt be watching from the comforts of his own home. Boston and Milwaukee are currently tied at a game apiece.