Brown (quad) will likely be sidelined for the remainder of summer league, Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe reports.
As expected, the Celtics likely don't want to risk further injuring Brown, who has looked excellent in summer league. During his three games, Brown averaged 10.3 points, 5.3 boards, 1.7 assists, 1.3 blocks and 1.0 steals across 22.7 minutes per game. There's seemingly no reason to believe he won't be 100 percent healthy when training camp starts.
Brown (quad) won't play in Thursday's Vegas Summer League matchup against the Warriors, Chris Forsberg of ESPN.com reports.
Brown played in just two games for the Celtics during Summer League, but looked like one of the best players on the floor before exiting the team's previous contest with a quad injury. Considering it's just a bruise, it shouldn't linger into training camp, although the Celtics will likely hold him out for the rest of the Summer League schedule.
Brown won't return to Tuesday's Summer League game against the 76ers after injuring his right leg.
Brown fell hard in the first half of Tuesday's game and came up limping, Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe reports. It appears as though he was holding his right leg, though the team has yet to make any official announcement as to the specifics and severity of the injury. He isn't thought to be in danger of missing any regular season time, and is likely being held out of the second half Tuesday for precautionary reasons.
Brown (hip) will play in Game 5 against the Cavaliers, A. Sherrod Blakely of CSN New England reports.
Brown suffered a minor hip injury during Game 4's loss but was able to plan through the pain and he'll now suit up for what could be the Celtics final game of the season. The rookie has averaged 18.5 minutes per game in the series but could see a slight dip in action due to the injury. If he does see less action, look for his minutes to be divided among Terry Rozier, Gerald Green and Marcus Smart.
Brown is questionable for Thursday's Game 5 against the Cavaliers.
Brown likely suffered the injury during Game 4, but was able to play through it. Through the first four games of the Eastern Conference Finals, he's averaged a modest 9.5 points and 3.8 rebounds across 19.3 minutes per game, though his potential absence would be magnified considering the loss of Isaiah Thomas. If he's unable to give it a go, expect the likes of Terry Rozier, Gerald Green and Marcus Smart to all possibly see additional run.
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