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With Chris Wilcox and Jermaine O'Neal out, the Celtics will continue to rely heavily upon Greg Stiemsma.
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If you’re a Boston Celtics big man, wear a layer of bubble wrap at all times and most definitely stay away from black cats.Greg Stiemsma is the latest Celtics paint dweller to come down with an injury (or potential cardiac issue, in Chris Wilcox’s case); the Stiemer needed a walking boot to exit the Staples Center Sunday. (ESPN Boston)As if the Celtics needed anything else...
Chris Forsberg via ESPN Boston
As if the Celtics needed anything else to worry about with their bigs, rookie center Greg Stiemsma, who did not play the final 13 minutes on Sunday, left the Staples Center with a walking boot on his right foot, apparently a precautionary measure as he moved around the locker room without issue immediately after the game. Stiemsma endured right foot...
Full press release from the Celtics:The Boston Celtics announced today that forward Chris Wilcox will undergo aortic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic on March 29, and will miss the remainder of the 2011-12 season.A team of leading cardiac specialists who consulted with Wilcox and the Celtics indicated that surgery should completely repair Wilcox’s condition and that he can expect...
And the Celtics get dealt another blow. Chris Wilcox will miss the remainder of the season with a heart issue.The Celtics have been dealt with another injury blow Wednesday afternoon when they learned that forward Chris Wilcox will not return this season because of a heart-related issue. …Wilcox, who underwent monthly heart examinations, was held out of the March 9 game against...
Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe is reporting more bad news for the Boston Celtics. Emerging role player, Chris Wilcox, will not be return to the Boston Celtics line-up this season. Wilcox last played on March 7th, versus Philadelphia. Soon after, a test showed Wilcox to have a “heart issue.” Today, the Boston Globe revealed [...]
Boston Celtics forward Chris Wilcox is scheduled to have heart surgery and will miss the rest of the season.
The team announced Wednesday that the surgery to repair an enlarged aorta should allow him to resume his career next season.
The operation is scheduled for March 29 at the Cleveland Clinic where another Celtics forward, Jeff Green, had season-ending surgery for an aortic...
The Lakers have two All-Star centers. Yesterday all the Celtics had to counter was a rookie who only averaged 3 points and 10 minutes a game; in college. Take a look at Greg Stiemsma’s stats at Wisconsin if you don’t believe me. Considering that, I think it was a pretty impressive effort the old guys put forth against a Laker team that is now 18-2 at home. On the heels...
Chris Wilcox has been diagnosed with a cardiac issue and will be out indefinitely.
Doc Rivers spoke to the media before the Celtics-Lakers tip off regarding Chris Wilcox's recently discovered cardiac issues.
Blake Griffin reverse alley-oop on Greg Stiemsma, right on cue, in the Clippers’ home loss to the Celtics.
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Chris Wilcox will undergo aortic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic on March 29, and will miss the remainder of the 2011-12 season.
Before the season, the Celtics had interest in acquiring New Orleans Hornets’ David West. Now the Celtics are rumored to have revisited a possible trade with the New Orleans Hornets, but this time for big man Chris Kaman, according to Hornets24/7:
Hornets247 is saying a trade would involve the Celtics sending Jermaine O’Neal, Chris Wilcox, and JaJuan Johnson. To me, I have...
This week promises to be a lot of fun for sports fans, with NFL free agency starting up tomorrow, and the NBA trade deadline coming up Thursday.
For fans, there is the anticipation that a move or signing can be announced at any time. For the media, it means a lot of working the phones, and very little sleep, as many talks go deep into the night. Sleeping or doing other normal activities...