The playoffs are fast approaching as the Boston Celtics find themselves in the middle of a fight to avoid the play-in and stamp your classification on the fast track. They are currently seventh in the Eastern Conference, one game behind the sixth-ranked Miami Heat. In this way, all available troops are presented as necessary to achieve this objective.
This Sunday, however, fans and the organization were shocked. With 40 seconds to go in the engagement against Portland Trail Blazers, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum set off alarms after starring in a fortuitous clash between the two.
This incident will finally come off as a scare. Tatum will be available for Wednesday’s game against the Orlando Magic, according to coach Brad Stevens. A duel that Brown will not be able to play due to a slight ankle sprain, although it has been classified as day-to-day, so his absence should not last much longer.
In addition, the coach has confirmed that Kemba Walker has returned to training normally after missing the last four games due to muscle problems. The point guard has been labeled as a doubt for the game against the Florida franchise
The Celtics have seven games of regular season. And the health of this trident will be vital for the team to be part of the playoffs and sign a good performance in them.
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