The Milwaukee Bucks announced Friday that Joe Prunty will remain the head coach for the rest of the season. Prunty was named interim head coach following the firing of Jason Kidd on Monday. The Bucks also announced the addition of Vin Baker to the coaching staff.
(1:00) How big of a distraction has the Marcus Smart injury been to the Celtics?(3:00) What will the Celtics miss the most from Marcus Smart?(6:50) Brian Scalabrine sits down with Brad Stevens to discuss Brad's experience being the coach of the All-Star
Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving said the report that alleges he told the Cleveland Cavs that he would have surgery on his left knee and miss all of the season if they did not trade him, is untrue. "it's kind of crazy, the amount of things that are still coming out, that are still trying to be relevant," Irving told reporters following Boston's practice at the University of San Francisco. "I guess that's part of being in the NBA and all the media scrutiny and everything that goes with it.
SAN FRANCISCO – It wasn't all bad news on the health front for the Boston Celtics who will welcome Al Horford back to the lineup for Saturday's game against Golden State. "He didn't say anything to me about not feeling good," said Celtics head coach Brad
On Thursday, Cleveland.com reported that Kyrie Irving threatened to have season-ending knee surgery to induce a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers last offseason. The report details that Irving, now with the Boston Celtics, still requires minor knee surgery
Marcus Smart is having a solid season as part of the top-of-the-conference Celtics. The Celtics have been 2.7 points per 100 possessions better with him on the court this season. Following evaluation by Drs. Tony Schena and Drew Terono at New England Baptist Hospital, it was determined that Smart’s timeline for a return to action is approximately two weeks.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart will miss about two weeks after cutting his right hand hitting a picture frame. The Celtics said Smart returned to Boston after the injury to his right hand ''from a non-basketball incident'' before Wednesday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Smart is averaging 10 points and a career-high 4.7 assists this season, his fourth in Boston.
Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart will miss approximately two weeks after lacerating his right hand in a non-basketball incident prior to Wednesday's 113-102 win over the LA Clippers, the team announced Friday. While his teammates prepared for Saturday's game against the Golden State Warriors, Smart was apologizing to the organization and fans. Smart returned to Boston on Thursday and was evaluated by doctors Anthony Schena and Andrew Terono at New England Baptist Hospital.
Marcus Smart is expected to miss two weeks with a right hand laceration. Two days after Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens broke the news that Marcus Smart required stitches for a mysterious laceration to his right hand, the fourth-year guard finally explained how it happened. Smart punched a picture frame on the wall of the team hotel in Los Angeles at some point between Boston’s games against the Lakers and Clippers at Staples Center on Tuesday and Wednesday night.
The laceration injury Celtics guard Marcus Smart suffered to his right hand will keep him out for two weeks, the team announced. The 6-foot-4 guard took to social media on Friday to try to explain in more detail how he was hurt.