Found April 27, 2012 on State Of The Celtics:
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Ray Allen missed the final nine games of the regular season for the Celtics due to a bothersome ankle. This came after missing six games in March and early April due to, well, a bothersome ankle. There seemed to be some worry about whether or not Allen would see the floor again, but Doc Rivers believes that his sharpshooter will be there. (ESPN Boston) “It’s a concern,’’ Rivers said. “I think he’s probable. Isn’t that what they say in football, when there’s a chance more than 50 percent that he’ll play? Let’s put him at probable.” Remember a couple of few years ago when Kevin Garnett injured his knee and the Celtics told everyone that he'd be back in a couple of weeks? He was a couple of weeks away for about three months before Doc revealed that he would be gone for the year. I'm not saying that this is what's happening with Ray Allen. I'm just cautioning you to take this with a grain of salt. The Celtics are going to need Ray Allen at some po...
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