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Jeff Green to miss entire season – The Celtics announced Saturday that Green will undergo surgery in January for a heart condition and will miss the entire 2011-2012 season. Green is expected to be able to resume his basketball career next season. This is a major blow to the Celtics, who were counting on Green playing a key role after they were unable to sign David West this offseason. The Celtics lack depth on the bench, with only Brandon Bass as a really capable backup at the four and Marquis Daniels, albeit slightly less capable, will probably have to play some small forward off the bench. The Celtics certainly weren’t counting on Sasha Pavlovic playing significant minutes this year. Bass might have a slight increase in fantasy value as a result of Green’s absence, but he was going to play significant minutes regardless. The team will probably look to try to add someone, but a lot of the big names have already found teams. It will be interesting to see how the whole situation pla...
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Celtics Nation continues to wait with baited breath for the results of Jeff Green’s “tests.” The information we have so far includes an “abnormal stress test” and consideration of medications or surgery to address the problem. We have now been told he is planning on seeking a second opinion. What follows is purely my own [...]
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...
Forward Jeff Green had successful surgery Monday at the Cleveland Clinic to repair an aeortic aneurysm, discovered by the Celtics medical staff during a routine entrance physical in December.
Coach Doc Rivers received the news following practice on Monday from team president Danny Ainge.
''Surgery went well,'' Rivers said. ''They're saying it went great...
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Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jeff Green and his family as it has been reported the early detection of his condition may have very well saved his life. The loss of Green for the season is a blow the Celtics could not have prepared for especially in this fashion.
While they may not have been prepared, there is no choice but to adjust and attempt to amend the situation.
BOSTON (AP) -- Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green will have heart surgery and miss the entire season.
Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green will miss the entire 2011-12
season after doctors discovered an aortic aneurysm that requires
The Boston Celtics announced Saturday that forward Jeff Green will undergo surgery next month and will miss the entire season.
The Celtics have not disclosed any information on the heart ailment that has affected Jeff Green.
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