Doc Rivers: "Ray is probably the healthiest right now"

"Everyone is going to play, I think," Rivers said before the team's morning shootaround at the arena. "Ray feels good, he’s probably the healthiest right now. Avery has to be feeling better because he got through the game with no injury, so that’s two more days of shoulder getting stronger. Other than that, everybody’s about the same."

Pressed on Pierce, Rivers said, "He’ll be ready, but obviously you don’t know once the game starts what happens. We've just gotta be ready for anything."

Doc says that Pierce sprained his knee in the shoot around before Game 4, and then re aggravated the injury in the first half.

It's a good sign that everyone will be available for the game tonight, but I'm a little confused about Ray Allen. This was a guy that said he needed surgery just a couple of weeks ago and now he's the healthiest player on the team? That either means Ray's bone spurs are magically gone or everyone else is hurting pretty bad. Either way, Ray has looked great since returning the last two games.

With the Celtics in full force, let's hope they can wrap this series up tonight and get some much needed recovery time.