Celtics did not make Tatum available in Davis trade talks

According to the New York Times’ Marc Stein, the Boston Celtics “refused” to make Jayson Tatum in trade talks with the New Orleans Pelicans. Earlier today it was initially reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that Anthony Davis was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, three first round picks, including the number 4 pick in this year’s NBA draft.

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Danny Ainge suffers heart attack, is expected to make a full recovery

Boston Celtics general manger and president of basketball operations Danny Ainge suffered a heart attack in Milwaukee on Tuesday. Earlier Thursday the team made the announcement, describing it as a “mild heart attack” and that the former Celtic player was “expected to make a full recovery.” He will return to Boston in the near future. The Athletic and Stadium’s Shams Charania added that the 60-year-old is “expected to return home this evening and is active, walking around today and feeling much better.” Ainge has been Boston’s President of Basketball Operations…

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Celtics sitting seven for Wizards game

As we wind down to the last games of the NBA season, and teams gear up for the playoffs ( or the offseason), resting players is a common occurrence. The Boston Celtics may need to give gamers to field a full team because they will have seven players out for Wednesday night’s game against the Washington Wizards. The team announced that Aaron Baynes, Jaylen Brown, Gordon Hayward, Al Horford, Kyrie Irving, Marcus Morris, Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum and Guerschon Yabusele are all out. The Celtics currently sit at 4th place…

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Marcus Morris out versus Heat

After announcing earlier today that forward Jalylen Brown would not be available for their game against the Miami Heat, the Boston Celtics had to add Marcus Morris Sr to their injury report. The Celtics’ forward will miss Wednesday night’s tilt with the Heat due to soreness in his left knee.

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Celtics’ Brown to miss game against Heat

The Boston Celtics and coach Brad Stevens announced earlier today that forward Jaylen Brown ( lower back spasms) would likely be out for the team’s game Wednesday night against the Miami Heat. Brown is averaging 13 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists this season, but has not taken the step forward that many thought he would coming off the strong play he exhibited in the later portion of last season as well as during their playoff run that came up half a quarter short of ending in the NBA Finals.

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Kyrie Irving and Al Horford out against Nets

Earlier today the Boston Celtics announced that point guard Kyrie Irving and center Al Horford will both miss the club’s Saturday road game against the Brooklyn Nets due to injuries; Irving has lower back soreness and Horford left knee soreness. According to The Athletic’s Jay King, Horford was not sure if he would be playing Saturday against the Nets, as the team is looking to get him rest as the regular season winds down. The Celtics are still fighting it out with the Indiana Pacers the fourth spot in the…

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Kyrie Irving out tomorrow against Cavaliers

According to Jay King of the Athletic, Boston Celtics star point guard Kyrie Irving will miss the team’s game Wednesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers for , the annoyingly increasing used term, “load management.” His colleague at The Athletic, Joe Vardon, had an interesting take observation on Irving’s absence tomorrow. Jayson Tatum and Al Horford are listed as questionable, while Robert Williams is doubtful. Playing the Cavaliers , even sans Kyrie could help the Celtics get back in the win column. They have been just 6-10 since the All-Star break…

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Kyrie Irving will play Saturday against the Lakers

Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving will play when the team takes on the Lakers Saturday night. Head coach Brad Stevens said that Irving is “fine” and he’s ready to roll. The All-Star point guard had missed the previous game, against the Sacramento Kings, with a left thigh contusion.

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Kyrie Irving out against Kings with thigh contusion

Kyrie Irving will not be in the lineup when the Boston Celtics take on the Sacramento Kings Wednesday night. The team made the announcement earlier this afternoon that the star point guard is suffering from a left thigh contusion. Though the Celtics will miss the 23.4 points and 7.0 assists per game that Irving provides, the young core and other Celtics have stepped up in Kyrie’s absence this year, going 9-2 without Irving, but we are no way suggesting the Celtics, at least this season, are better off without their…

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