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The Celtics didn’t make it out their Sunday games vs. the Bulls extremely healthy, according to ESPN Boston
KG didn’t participate in Tuesday’s practice after pulling his groin on Sunday. Doc lists him as doubtful for the Wednesday’s game
“[Garnett's injury] started during [Sunday's game against the Bulls],” said Rivers. “Kevin has a 50/50 chance [of playing Wednesday]. We’ll find out [Wednesday]. It’s nothing bad with Kevin. But [Celtics trainer Ed Lacerte] really suggested two days off and then he said today, ‘Maybe three days off.’ So we’ll find that out [Wednesday].”
Mickael Pietrus is also listed as doubtful for Wednesday. He participated in some of Tuesday’s practice, but is dealing with discomft in the knee he had surgery on in the off-season.
The Celtics will most likely welcome back JO on Wednesday after he sat out the past two games. He said he is still sore, yet will try to give it ago.
“I just took a direct blow to the capsule part of the shoulder and
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So after a bevy of disheartening injury news yesterday, there seems to be better news today on the C's injury front.
Kevin Garnett (hip flexor) did participate in shoot around and is being called "probable" for tonight.
Mickael Pietrus (right knee) said he's definitely playing tonight, but what he says and what Doc Rivers says might be a different story...
The Boston Celtics will likely be juggling the lineup Wednesday against the Pistons. Kevin Garnett is doubtful with a right hip flexor suffered against the Bulls on Sunday. He sat out practice, but coach Doc Rivers said the injury isn’t serious. “Kevin has a 50/50 chance (of playing Wednesday),” Rivers said. “We’ll find out (Wednesday). [...]
The Celtics will be without Brandon Bass for the next 10 to 14 days because of knee inflammation.
Bass felt soreness after Boston’s loss in Toronto on Friday night and Doc Rivers learned the extent of the injury on Sunday morning when he received a call from doctor Ed Lacerte. Bass missed the Feb. 5th game against Memphis because of issues with his right knee felt against...
Doc Rivers told reporters that Kevin Garnett is a game time decision, however he is listed as the probable starter on the official lineup sheet and is expected to start. Brandon Bass is out with a knee injury until the All-Star break while Marquis Daniels is also inactive tonight against the Pistons. Jermaine O’Neal will [...]
Well folks, we might be able to point to this game as the end of the new Big 3 era. Because effort and execution get no worse than this. The Celtics let the Pistons hang around for 3 quarters and then they crapped themselves as they got out-scored 25-16 in the fourth quarter.... leading to a 98-88 loss to the Detroit Pistons.
Yeah, those Pistons.
Paul Pierce had a game so...
Boston Celtics forward Brandon Bass will miss the next 10 to 14 days with inflammation in his right knee.
Coach Doc Rivers revealed the news prior to Sunday's victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Bass, who is the team's top reserve, was able to play in three games last week before being sidelined.
Bass is averaging 11.6 points and 6.1 rebounds this season.
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Kevin Garnett might not be having an All-Star season. But the Celtics’ 98-88 loss to Detroit last night at TD Garden provided a strong indication of how much the team relies on Garnett’s defending and rebounding.
Kevin Garnett is dealing a strained right hip flexor after appearing in every game this season.