However, the fact that the 32-year-old Pierce is having additional tests beyond X-rays means in all likelihood, there are no broken bones.

X-rays generally determine whether bones are broken or have some type of fracture.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging tests, better known as MRIs, give a better indication as to whether there's ligament or soft tissue damage.

Either way, there's a good chance that Pierce will miss some games.
Missing some games is fine. Out for the year is not. Ainge is going to let us know tomorrow. Let's hope Paul can come back 100% by the playoffs.

JR 2/02/2010 06:45:00 PM Edit
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  1. tb727 says:

    I have some hope! Take that Bumblebee lol!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I pray to God for PP34.

  3. tb727 says:

    The ball don't lie. But the Celtics do about injuries sometimes.

  4. J $ says:

    This team can just not get a break, 2 SF's out with a game vs. Lebron coming up is nervracking.

  5. CsFan says:

    Globe Reports Paul's foot is sprained and he is day to day?

  6. JR says:

    Yeah Marc Spears is saying he's expected to be back by this weekend. Heart attack avoided it seems.

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