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Even up a game with home court advantage effectively neutralized for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Boston Celtics can't afford to be down two key players.


Already missing Marcus Smart to a torn oblique at least until Game Four of the series (and, if we're being honest, likely longer if the Cs keep winning), Boston looked like they might lose big man Aron Baynes for a spell too after he rolled his ankle in yesterday's Game One win over Milwaukee.

While he hasn't been the Giannis-stopper Al Horford has been, he's been a key cog in Boston's defense, helping smother one of the league's top offenses this season, so news he was ready to keep playing in Game One -- never mind Game Two -- is welcome news indeed.



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Image: Herald Sun/AP; video: Boston Celtics, Tomasz Kordylewski
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