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The Celtics were awaiting a medical report yesterday to determine the condition of forward Jeff Green , who has not been practicing because of the results of a stress test.
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Jeff Green has not yet been cleared to practice. The Celtics are waiting for additional test results. Since the Celtics won't elaborate, we are forced to speculate. Some suspect mono. If that were the diagnosis, would the doctors let him hang around other players? Others suspect a heart condition. Green refuted this diagnosis on Tuesday.Let's read into Danny's quote...
Also, is E’Twaun Moore the Celtics' best player? No, but..
Yeah, he wishes.
Despite inking a one-year, $9 million contract at the start of free agency, Green has been held out of practice due to a medical red flag that appeared during his routine physical. Both the team and Green initially downplayed the significance, but Rivers admitted that each day that...
As pointed out on Monday, Jeff Green hasn't been practicing since his signing due to an unknown issue regarding his physical. Since the team didn't want to discuss it, thoughts immediately went to some of the worst possible ideas such as a heart issue or something internal. All of that can now be put to bed, thanks to Gary Washburn.Jeff Green said docs were wary of stress...
Sherrod Blakely checks in with an update
One thing is clear: Whatever is condition is, it's something that the team is taking extremely serious.That's why the C's are getting a second opinion on his undisclosed health issue, which has prevented him from taking the floor with the team.Coach Doc Rivers said that Green and Danny Ainge, Boston's president of basketball...
According to sources close to Green, his health is expected to be fine in the long run, but there is a question now as to how long it will take to get him there. The Celtics are said to be concerned on both fronts.
Physicians are still dealing with test results, and it will be determined whether Green needs to undergo a procedure or if his condition can be controlled...
Paul Flannery Tweeted this earlier today:
Jeff Green is seeing more doctors today. Danny Ainge is with him.
It’s never good news when a team’s General Manager accompanies one of its players to the doctor. And apparently it’s actually a “set of doctors.”
This started with “a problem discovered during a stress test last week.” ESPN reports that Green is suffering...
The Celtics need some more wing players now that Jeff Green may be sidelined for an indefinite period of time. Bogans is a tough, defensive minded player who has some experience guarding quality players. He would feel a roster need and would be a slight upgrade over Sasha Pavlovic, and a good bench player to integrate in the rotation.
How the Celtics can get him:
Well, we just...
The more the Celtics brass declines to answer questions about Jeff Green’s medical issues directly, the worse the issues seem. (ESPN Boston)“Usually you pass your physical by now,” admitted Rivers. “Listen, I’ll give you guys more tomorrow for sure. But I’ve been around long enough to know that if you haven’t passed your physical yet, then there’s something going...
Jeff Green has not practiced with the Celtics thus far this season because of preliminary results of a stress test.
Good news on the Rondo front. But Jeff Green’s the pressing issue right now. Green is scheduled to meet with more doctors today and we should learn more about the small forward’s situation by tonight’s scrimmage, which begins at 6 p.m.Unfortunately, I’ll probably be watching my little brother’s high school basketball game when the Green news breaks. So follow me on Twitter...
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