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The Celtics have some decisions to make now that Jeff Green will miss the entire 2011-12 season due to an aortic aneurysm that requires heart surgery. The 25-year-old was a key component of the C's bench, and a lot was expected of him in his first full season in Boston this upcoming season. So without the former fifth overall pick, the Celtics may have to look outside the organization in order to replace some of his production. However, as CSNNE.com's A. Sherrod Blakely reports, that's easier said than done. Since Green failed his physical, the $9 million contract he signed...
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We're all still waiting for official word on Jeff Green, but you don't wait this long in silence and secrecy for something that's no big deal. And according to the Herald's Steve Bulpett, this is pretty serious.
Green has been held out of practices since problems showed up on his physical last week. The 25-year-old has said the trouble was detected during a...
Jeff Green may need a procedure, and he might be out for a while, and it probably won’t affect him in the long-term, but the Celtics are concerned it might affect him in the long-term, and really, nobody knows for sure. (Boston Herald)The 25-year-old has said the trouble was detected during a stress test, which would likely indicate a heart issue, but he has not expanded on the...
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 were still largely quiet about Jeff Green's situation yesterday, but portions of the story are beginning...
Perhaps Danny Ainge is looking for a shooting guard or a center, since the Celtics more or less don’t have a backup at either position. I’d still like Boston to pursue another small forward — read my post about the need for Marquis Daniels to remain healthy — but at this point Posey might not be as productive as Sasha Pavlovic (*dodges full beer thrown by Celtics fan*)...