5:39 PM EST, Wed January 16, 2019
NESN.com 2 hours ago

Celtics’ Aron Baynes Ready To Return From Injury Wednesday Vs. Raptors

Missing Aron Baynes’ presence soon might be a thing of the past for Boston Celtics fans. The Celtics center is... Read More »
CelticsBlog 4 hours ago
Smart (illness) and Baynes (hand) both expected to be available against the Raptors

Smart (illness) and Baynes (hand) both expected to be available against the Raptors

For the first time in a little under a month, Boston’s injury report will be empty. Marcus Smart missed Monday night’s loss to the Brooklyn Nets with an illness. He was questionable up until right before tip. Aron Baynes (fourth left metacarpal) has missed about a month of action after injuring his hand against the Phoenix Suns on December 19th. According to Brad Stevens, both are expected to be back in action tonight as the Boston Celtics take on the Toronto Raptors: Brad Stevens tells @ZoandBertrand that he expects Marcus Smart and Aron Baynes to be available to play tonight. He's...
CelticsBlog Jan 15, 2019
Aron Baynes and Marcus Smart listed as questionable vs Toronto

Aron Baynes and Marcus Smart listed as questionable vs Toronto

Kyrie Irving was not listed on the injury report. Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes (hand) has been upgraded to questionable for tomorrow night’s game vs the Toronto Raptors. Marcus Smart (illness) is also listed as questionable. #NEBHInjuryReport for tomorrow vs. Toronto:Aron Baynes (left fourth metacarpal fracture) - QUESTIONABLE Marcus Smart (illness) - QUESTIONABLE— Boston Celtics (@celtics) January 15, 2019 Baynes has missed the Celtics’ previous 13 games after suffering a left fourth metacarpal fracture on December 19th against the Phoenix Suns. If he were to return...
CelticsBlog Jan 8, 2019
Boston Celtics daily links 1/8/19

Boston Celtics daily links 1/8/19

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Celtics spread ball, force turnovers in rout of Nets Bulpett: Nets on rise as they get free from Celtics obligations Celtics notebook: Aron Baynes nears his activation date Globe Here’s the latest on Celtics center Aron Baynes’s broken finger Aaron Baynes ready to bounce back Celtics stuff shorthanded Nets at TD Garden Marcus Smart’s methodical approach to improving his long-range shooting Nets like what they’re getting from former Boston College star Jared Dudley Kyrie Irving becomes a ‘take charge’ guy —...
NESN.com Jan 7, 2019

Aron Baynes Injury: Brad Stevens Updates Timeline For Big Man’s Return

The Boston Celtics are inching closer and closer to being back at full strength. After missing each of the last... Read More »
CelticsBlog Jan 7, 2019
Aron Baynes could return by next week

Aron Baynes could return by next week

Boston’s biggest post defender is nearing his return from injury. Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes is progressing nicely in his rehab from the surgery for the left fourth metacarpal fracture that he suffered against the Phoenix Suns on December 19th. #NEBHInjuryReport The earliest Aron Baynes could return to the lineup is early-to-mid next week, per Brad Stevens. His left hand is progressing well.— Boston Celtics (@celtics) January 7, 2019 Brad Stevens expanded on that in this clip from Chris Grenham: Next week would put Baynes at returning just around 4 weeks. The initial report...
NESN.com Jan 6, 2019

Celtics Injuries: Updates On Kyrie Irving, Marcus Morris, Aron Baynes

The banged-up Boston Celtics are on the mend. The C’s have been battling threw injuries to key players, including Kyrie... Read More »
CelticsBlog Jan 6, 2019
Marcus Morris and Kyrie Irving likely tomorrow vs. Nets

Marcus Morris and Kyrie Irving likely tomorrow vs. Nets

The Celtics will return two starters on Monday with center Aron Baynes and Robert Williams III rounding the corner on their recoveries. Marcus Morris and Kyrie Irving returned to practice today with the latter winning a post-practice shooting contest. All indications are that Irving will play against the Nets tomorrow night after missing the last two games of the homestand to a scratch cornea he suffered in San Antonio on New Year’s Eve. Morris is likely as well, depending on how his stiff neck feels on Monday. Morris left Wednesday’s game against the Timberwolves after 23 minutes of...
NESN.com Jan 4, 2019

Celtics Wrap: Short-Handed C’s Cruise Past Mavericks In 114-93 Win

No Kyrie Irving, Marcus Morris and Aron Baynes? No problem. The short-handed Boston Celtics looked anything but Friday night, as... Read More »
CelticsBlog Jan 3, 2019
Kyrie Irving out vs Dallas; Marcus Morris and Robert Williams listed as questionable

Kyrie Irving out vs Dallas; Marcus Morris and Robert Williams listed as questionable

The Boston Celtics announced on Thursday afternoon that guard Kyrie Irving will miss Friday night’s game against the Dallas Mavericks due to eye inflammation. Irving missed Wednesday night’s win over the Timberwolves as well. #NEBHInjuryReport for tomorrow vs. Dallas:Aron Baynes (left fourth metacarpal fracture) - OUTKyrie Irving (eye inflammation) - OUTMarcus Morris Sr (neck strain) - QUESTIONABLE Rob Williams (left groin strain) - QUESTIONABLE— Boston Celtics (@celtics) January 3, 2019 Brad Stevens said on Wednesday night that Irving’s right eye, which was scratched earlier...
CelticsBlog Jan 1, 2019
Kyrie Irving listed as questionable (eye) vs Timberwolves

Kyrie Irving listed as questionable (eye) vs Timberwolves

Irving suffered a right eye injury on Monday vs San Antonio. Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving has officially been listed as questionable for Wednesday night’s matchup with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Irving injured his right eye in the team’s loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday. #NEBHInjuryReport for tomorrow vs. Minnesota:Aron Baynes (left fourth metacarpal fracture) - OUTKyrie Irving (right eye irritation) - QUESTIONABLERob Williams (left groin strain) - OUT— Boston Celtics (@celtics) January 1, 2019 Spurs’ wing Marco Belinelli swiped at a loose ball and caught Irving...
Pounding The Rock Dec 31, 2018
Game Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Boston Celtics

Game Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Boston Celtics

The Spurs look to celebrate the New Year early. The San Antonio Spurs hope to continue their good momentum against the Boston Celtics. The tough back-to-back road trip resulted in a loss and a win, and the Silver and Black want to end the year continuing that positive trend and ring in New Year’s Eve with a win. December 31, 2018 | 6:00 CT Watch: KENS & NBATV| Listen: WOAI Spurs (20-17) vs. Celtics (21-14) Spurs Injuries: Dejounte Murray (knee) Celtics Injuries: Aron Baynes (hand), Robert Williams (groin/knee) Consistent Inconsistency The Celtics have been struggling to find...
CelticsBlog Dec 23, 2018
Al Horford probable vs. visiting Hornets

Al Horford probable vs. visiting Hornets

The big man is back after a seven-game absence. #NEBHInjuryReport vs. Charlotte tomorrow:Aron Baynes (left fourth metacarpal fracture) - OUTAl Horford (patellofemoral pain syndrome) - PROBABLEMarcus Morris (right knee soreness) - QUESTIONABLE— Boston Celtics (@celtics) December 22, 2018 After being initially diagnosed with patellar tendonitis, Al Horford missed seven games, including all of the Celtics’ current three-game losing streak. It’s been a slightly sub par season for Horford so far; his scoring and rebounding have dipped slightly but the glaring difference has been his...
CelticsBlog Dec 22, 2018
Boston Celtics daily links 12/22/18

Boston Celtics daily links 12/22/18

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Celtics notebook: Meeting challenges after another jarring loss Sluggish Celtics fall to Bucks for third straight loss Bulpett: Celtics can’t get into the party spirit against Bucks Globe Short-handed Celtics fall to Bucks 120-107 Celtics’ Aron Baynes out 4-6 weeks after finger surgery Celtics hold team meeting after 120-107 loss to the Bucks 10 thoughts and observations on Friday’s Celtics-Bucks game LeBron James rips NFL owners as ‘old white men’ with ‘slave mentality’ Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks...
CelticsBlog Dec 22, 2018
Circumstances make this home loss feel worse and 10 other takeaways from Celtics/Bucks

Circumstances make this home loss feel worse and 10 other takeaways from Celtics/Bucks

The preceding home loss to Phoenix makes this one feel worse for Boston 1. There is no shame in losing to the Bucks, even at home. Losing to them when you are without Al Horford, Marcus Morris and Aron Baynes is even less of a worry. But this loss feels a lot worse because it was preceded by a home loss to the Suns. Without that one, you kind of shrug and move on to the Hornets. As it stands though, the game against Charlotte on Sunday has a bit of a “must win” feel to it. 2. The start of this game played out somewhat similarly to the Phoenix game, as the Celtics raced out to a 10-1...

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