Quantcast


The Celtics got smoked last night.

One reason why was that no one could shoot. The lack of shooting was at least partially due to the fact that Atlanta contested just about every shot the Celtics took and had roughly a million blocks. And the absence of Avery Bradley and Kelly Olynyk clearly had an impact as well. Could Bradley, who suffered a severe right hamstring strain in Game 1, possibly be back before the end of the Hawks series? He seems to think so.

Masslive's Jay King notes the notoriously optimistic Bradley might not be the most reliable source for an objective view of his injury status. Brad Stevens did all but rule him out for the series, and you have to think that if there was a chance of a return, the Celtics would downplay the injury a bit.

But after last night's debacle, let's hold on to the hope that Bradley might return in time to make a difference in this first round series with the Atlanta Hawks.


Photo Credit Erik Lesser EPA

Paul Colahan 4/20/2016 09:47:00 AM Edit
_________________________________________________________________________
« Prev Post Next Post »

More Celtics News via Bleacher Report


More Celtics Life Features

Click here for Celtics videos.

Click here for Celtics wallpapers.

_______________________________________________________________________________________

comments powered by Disqus