The Boston Celtics could be getting back their two top scorers at the same time.
There's a chance Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will both return Sunday night at home when the Celtics try to defeat the visiting Washington Wizards for the seventh straight time.
Pierce sat out Friday's 97-91 loss to lowly Cleveland with a sore left ankle, but returned to practice Saturday and should play against Washington (29-47).
Garnett's injury is more serious as he has missed the last eight games with inflammation in his left ankle.
"I have some issues with my foot and more from like the motion of the foot, just pressing it and pushing it like a gas pedal," he said. "It's an issue. If it isn't, I wouldn't be out."
The 15-time All-Star also practiced Saturday but it's unclear if he will play. Coach Doc Rivers certainly knows what he would like to see Sunday.
"He's been out a while and the playoffs are soon so the sooner he gets back out on the floor, the better and I would lean to him now tha...