Williams will start Tuesday's game against the Wizards. With coach Brad Stevens resting most of his key players, Williams will make his second NBA start during the final game of the regular season. In his previous start, he posted two points, three rebounds, two blocks and one assist across 10 minutes.
Williams (back) is available Friday against the Pacers, Jay King of The Athletic reports. As expected, Williams will be available after missing the past two games due to a back issue. His role is relatively minimal, so his return to full health shouldn't affect things much.
Williams (back) is listed as probable for Friday's game against the Pacers, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports. Williams has been sidelined for five of the last six games with a back contusion, but it looks like he will be cleared to play Friday. Williams, however, even when healthy, has not been a consistent member of Boston's rotation.
Williams (back) is doubtful for Tuesday's game against Cleveland, Jay King of The Athletic reports. Williams has missed four of his team's previous five matchups due to a back contusion, and he's not expected to return for Tuesday's clash. His next opportunity to take the court will come Friday against the Pacers, assuming he is indeed ruled out.
Williams (back) will not play Sunday against the Spurs. Williams joins a long list of Celtics injuries on the second night of a back-to-back, and he'll be held out after starting Saturday's game in place of a resting Al Horford. With Horford out again Sunday, the Celtics will likely turn to Daniel Theis and Aron Baynes (ankle) for big minutes at center.
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