Bradley (Achilles) went through one-third of Thursday's practice, Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe reports.
Bradley has missed 20 of the last 21 games as he continues to nurse soreness in his right Achilles. The Celtics remain cautious with their shooting guard, and they are unsure as to whether or not Bradley will travel with the team on their upcoming two-game road trip. For now, until Boston provides an update on him, Bradley will continue to be considered on a game-by-game basis, but for as long as he is out, Marcus Smart will likely continue to start at shooting guard with rookie Jaylen Brown (hip) returning from injury and potentially seeing an increased workload off the bench.
Bradley (Achilles), who's already been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the 76ers, will also sit out Thursday's matchup with the Bulls.
Bradley has missed 18 of the Celtics' last 19 games, as he continues to work his way back from an Achilles injury. Instead of pushing him back into the action too soon, the Celtics are going to sit him their last two games prior to the All-Star break, which should give him another week off for additional rest and recovery. Bradley is hoping to attempt to practice as the All-Star break winds down, which should be when we get another update on his status. With Jaylen Brown (hip) also sitting out, look for Marcus Smart to start at shooting guard and see a significant workload.
Bradley (Achilles) is listed as out for Wednesday's game against the 76ers.
Bradley remained in Boston during the Celtics' recent four-game road trip, and while coach Brad Stevens indicated earlier in the week that the shooting guard was progressing, Bradley still has yet to receive a concrete timetable for a return. Though the team seems content to evaluate Bradley on a day-to-day basis, he's probably no better than doubtful for Thursday's tilt with the Bulls, which marks the Celtics' final game before the All-Star break. The extra week off would improve Bradley's chances of being available for the Celtics' first game out of the break Feb. 24 against the Raptors, but he'll need to turn in a couple of full practices before the team clears him to play. In the meantime, Marcus Smart is expected to start at shooting guard the next two games and take on around a 35-minute workload.
Bradley (Achilles) will not travel with the team for their upcoming four-game road trip, Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe reports.
That would make Feb. 16 against the 76ers the next possible return date for Bradely. Given that there will only be two more games at that point before All Star weekend, it would not be surprising if the Celtics opted to hold him out until after the break. The defensive minded shooting guard has missed the last ten games, and 14 of the previous 15 while dealing with a nagging Achilles injury. Look for rookie Jaylen Brown to continue getting the start in his absence, while Marcus Smart figures to continue seeing heavy minutes off the bench.
Bradley (Achilles) won't play in Sunday's game against the Clippers, Jay King of MassLive.com reports.
Bradley is set to miss his 10th straight game, as he continues to work back from an Achilles injury. According to coach Brad Stevens, Bradley is slated to be reevaluated by team doctors later Sunday, but for the now, the plan is to have him travel with the team ahead of the team's upcoming three-game road trip, which starts with a matchup against the Kings on Wednesday. That seems to indicate Bradley is nearing a return to the court, so there's a chance we see him activated by the end of the week. Jaylen Brown is slated to start at shooting guard in his place yet again Sunday and should see extended playing time, while Marcus Smart should pick up a bunch of minutes off the bench as well.
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