The team said on Monday that the Boston Celtics point guard Jaylen Brown tore the navy belt on his left wrist and would miss the rest of the season. He was diagnosed with injuries over the weekend and is expected to undergo surgery this week. The Celtics did not provide a timetable for the Browns’ return and said they will provide more information if necessary.
However, Boston is familiar with this process. He worked at Romeo Langford Police Station on September 22. Langford is preparing to make his debut in mid-March and then contract COVID-19 approximately 5 1/2 months after the operation. Brown’s schedule is similar to this, which will allow him to return to court in late October. -It is expected that at the start of next season, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver (Adam Silver) said he hopes the league will return to its original schedule.
The Browns’ injury made the Celtics disappointing, and they ranked seventh in the Eastern Conference before Tuesday’s home game against the Miami Heat. If Miami, which won in Boston on Sunday, wins again on Tuesday, the Celtics are almost guaranteed to participate in the inaugural NBA Championship next week. Boston faces various injuries and challenges related to COVID-19 every day. season.
Due to various injuries, Brown will miss 14 games; Tatum signed with COVID-19 in January and publicly discussed the challenges he has faced since his return, including the need to use an inhaler. As of the deadline, Evan Fournier has also signed COVID-19 and is fighting the lingering effects of the virus, which he believes is similar to a concussion. Marcus Smart missed 18 games with a shin injury, killing him in February alone.
Kemb Walkers’ season start was postponed due to the off-season knee pads program, which also allowed him to stay seated in the second half of each game to stay healthy. Teams that have reached the Eastern Conference Finals in three of the past four years may now miss the playoffs altogether.