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Looks like Peaches has a concussion and will spend the night in Philly, but didn't have to be admitted tot he hospital. Usually with concussions, you aren't allowed to fly so it's probably best he stays the night and drives back to Boston tomorrow. Wishing Mickael Pietrus a speedy recovery from all of us at CelticsLife.com!
Encouraging news from C's: Pietrus injury being dubbed closed head injury (concussion). He's getting an MRI but will not be admitted.
— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) March 24, 2012
First semblance of good news. More tests for Pietrus tomorrow...but he will not have to spend the full night in the hospital.
— Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) March 24, 2012
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Mickael Pietrus had fallen to the floor and he had been taken off the court on a stretcher, and Celtics nation was collectively holding its breath while awaiting word on Pietrus’ status, when the Frenchman spoke on the phone with his agent’s assistant. First things first, Pietrus decided, and opened the conversation with one question:What happened at the end of the 76ers game...
More great news on the Mickael Pietrus front. Pending further testing upon his return to Boston, Pietrus could return to the court as early as tomorrow against the Washington Wizards. (CSNNE.com)Now on his way back to Boston, Pietrus feels fortunate knowing he will eventually resume his playing career sooner rather than later.“We have been playing good basketball and to end the...
Philadelphia — It was a playoff-like atmosphere during the start of tonight’s game between Atlantic Divison leaders, the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers. Sixers fans were given rally towels to start the game and put them to good use early in the game to motivate their squad. Unfortunately for Sixers fans, the Celtics came out [...]
Boston Celtics forward Mickael Pietrus apparently dodged a bullet Friday night, as the “Boston Herald” and “ESPN.com” as he is back in Boston, after diagnostic tests showed that the Boston big man showed no abnormalities as a result of a terrifying collision in the second quarter of a 99-86 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Celtics were leading the contest when with 5...
It was a tale of two halves for the Boston Celtics tonight. In the first half, it seemed like the boys in green were motivated to beat their division rival and overtake them for 1st place in the Atlantic Division. But unfortunately for the C’s, the wind was completely taken out of their sails late [...]
Mickael Pietrus suffered a horrific fall Friday night during the Boston Celtics' game against the Philadelphia 76ers, and was lucky to avoid serious injury. After spending the night in Philly, Pietrus took to Twitter to let Celtics fans know that he was doing well, and was thankful for the support that he had received in wake of the fall. Pietrus thanked all of Celtics Nation...
Mickael Pietrus did not show any immediate apparent effects from his hard fall and was cleared to return to Boston. Pietrus stayed overnight in Philadelphia and was scheduled to return Saturday to Boston, where he would be seen by Celtics medical team officials. Pietrus injured his head on a hard fall in the second quarter of Friday's game against the 76ers. He was taken off...
Last night was terrifying. You never like seeing any player from any team get hurt. You hate seeing a player get taken off the court in a stretcher. Seeing situations unfold like the one we saw with Mickael Pietrus last night will leave you sick to your stomach. And when play resumes, it’s hard to [...]
Mickael Pietrus remained motionless for several minutes and was removed from the court on a stretcher.
For Avery Bradley to soar, Ray Allen had to stumble and Mickael Pietrus had to fall. That is the cold, hard reality of the NBA, where they say nobody wants to see anyone get hurt but where everyone needs to be ready to play in the event something unexpected happens. Early in the season, Bradley was penciled in as a third-string shooting guard or possibly a point guard in mop-up duty...
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While the result of their most recent game was certainly a disappointment, the Boston Celtics were understandably more concerned with the status of teammate Mickael Pietrus.
A home matchup with the lowly Washington Wizards should help them regain their focus.
The Celtics look to win their sixth straight game at TD Garden and complete a season sweep of the Wizards on Sunday night...