Given the Cs' travails this season while Baynes has been out, that's certainly something they'd prefer to avoid, as the game's outcome was in doubt until Boston put the clamps on in the third quarter, something that would be much harder to pull off with Aron's exceptional defensive skills.
For his part, Baynes played off the injury, which looked like a recurrence of the ankle sprains that have plagued him repeatedly this season. Said Aron when asked about the severity of the damage (per NBC Sports' Chris Forsberg):
" It looked like I was in pain? ... Looks can be deceiving. For sure, I must have been breathing harder than normal ... I might have been a little bit emotional. That's all ... One of those things. It's all good. At the end of the day, our emotion runs a little bit high. I'm fine and ready to get back out there."