Williams (ankle) won't play in Tuesday's Game 5 against the Nets, Souichi Terada of The Springfield Republican reports.
The 23-year-old will be sidelined for the second straight contest after picking up the left ankle sprain during Game 3. Tristan Thompson should see the majority of the work at center with Williams sidelined.
Williams (ankle) is considered doubtful for Tuesday's Game 5 against the Nets.
The 23-year-old sprained his left ankle during Game 3 and sat out Game 4 on Sunday, and he's not expected to retake the court for Tuesday's potential elimination game. Kemba Walker (knee) is also doubtful after sitting out Game 4. Tristan Thompson should handle the bulk of the work at center for the Celtics with Williams sidelined.
Williams (ankle) will not play in Sunday's Game 4 against the Nets, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
As anticipated, the Celtics will be without both Williams and Kemba Walker (knee) after both players were deemed "doubtful" earlier in the day. Williams was in a walking boot after tweaking his ankle in Game 3, so there's a decent chance he could remain out for Tuesday's Game 5 back in Brooklyn.
Williams (ankle) is doubtful for Sunday's Game 4 against the Nets, John Karalis of BostonSportsJournal.com reports.
Williams sprained his left ankle during the first half of Friday's Game 3 win, and he'll likely sit out Sunday. Assuming that's the case, more minutes could be in store for Tristan Thompson and Luke Kornet.
Coach Brad Stevens said after Friday's game that Williams (ankle) requires a walking boot, Jared Weiss of The Athletic reports.
Williams was unavailable in the second half of Friday's Game 3 win over the Nets after he suffered a left ankle sprain in the first half. Stevens is hopeful that Williams could return for Game 4 on Sunday, but he said Friday that he didn't yet know whether the center will be able to play.
Williams (ankle) won't return to Friday's Game 3 against the Nets, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports.
Williams suffered a left ankle sprain in the first half of Friday's matchup and was ruled out for the remainder of the game at halftime. It's not clear whether he'll be available for Sunday's Game 4 matchup.
Williams is considered questionable to return to Friday's Game 3 matchup with the Nets due to a left ankle sprain, John Karalis of BostonSportsJournal.com reports.
Williams had logged just six minutes before suffering the injury. The severity of the issue is unknown at this time.
The Celtics may look to offer Williams an extension during the offseason as he heads into the final year of his rookie deal, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Boston may have fallen short Saturday in Game 1 of its first-round playoff matchup with Brooklyn, but Williams was at the center of an impressive overall defensive effort by the Celtics, who limited the high-powered Nets offense to 104 points. Even though he was playing at less than 100 percent after aggravating a toe injury four days earlier in the Celtics' play-in win over the Wizards, Williams was a menace near the rim in Game 1. Williams recorded a career-high and franchise-record nine rejections in the loss, adding 11 points (5-8 FG, 1-2 FT) and nine boards over 23 minutes. That sort of eye-popping line would seem to make Williams a cornerstone piece for Boston, but the team could still have some hesitancy about keeping him in the fold long term due to his injury history. Though he's been a game-changing defensive presence when he's been able to take the floor, Williams has missed 113 of a possible 236 career regular-season games due to injury, with hip issues in particular proving troublesome for the 23-year-old.
Williams (foot) is available for Game 1 Saturday against the Nets, Jay King of The Athletic reports.
The 23-year-old was considered probable for Saturday and will take the court after going through warmups. Williams has started in four of his last five appearances, but Tristan Thompson will start Game 1 as the pair figures to split time at center.
Williams (foot) is expected to play in Saturday's Game 1 against the Nets, Shams Charania of Stadium reports.
Despite not practicing Thursday or Friday, the center will likely give it a go for the start of the playoffs. It's unclear if he'll start, but there's a good chance he'll end up splitting time with Tristan Thompson regardless of who gets the nod. In 18.9 minutes per game this season, Williams has averaged 8.0 points, 6.9 rebounds, 1.8 blocks and 1.8 assists.
Celtics general manager Danny Ainge admitted Thursday that he's uncertain if Williams (foot) will be available for the start of Boston's first-round playoff series with the Nets, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports. "He's day to day," Ainge said of the center. "We'll see how his toe responds. Just take it day by day." The center did not practice Thursday or Friday.
After missing the Celtics' final four games of the regular season while battling a case of turf toe, Williams seemingly aggravated the left foot injury during his 18 minutes on the court in Tuesday's 118-100 win over the Wizards in the Eastern Conference play-in tournament. With the victory, Boston secured its spot in the postseason and granted Williams some extra time to heal up, but that still may not be enough for the 23-year-old to gain clearance for Saturday's Game 1 in Brooklyn.
Williams (foot) went back to the locker room and has been ruled out for the remainder of Tuesday's play-in game against the Wizards, Mark Stein of The New York Times reports.
Williams went to the locker room in the second quarter, but he returned in the second half. The pain was apparently too much, and he'll miss the remainder of Tuesday's action.
Williams (foot) started the second half of Tuesday's play-in game against the Wizards, per the TNT broadcast.
Williams was in the locker room late in the second quarter after landing awkwardly. However, he started the second half and figures to be available the rest of the way.
Williams went to the locker room during Tuesday's game against the Wizards with a left foot injury, per the TNT broadcast.
Williams landed awkwardly on the back of Jayson Tatum's leg and was escorted back to the locker room after spending some time on the ground in pain. It's not clear if Williams aggravated his turf toe injury that he's been dealing with or if this is something different.
Williams (toe) is available for Tuesday's contest against the Wizards, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Williams has been battling turf toe, but he'll be good to go for Tuesday's play-in. Since the start of April, he's averaged 9.1 points, 7.4 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.4 blocks in 22.0 minutes across 12 appearances.
Williams (toe) is listed as probable for Tuesday's game against the Wizards.
Williams was sidelined due to turf toe to close out the season, but it looks like he will be available for the play-in tournament. If he does return, Tristan Thompson would likely return to the bench. Over his last five games, Williams has averaged 6.2 points on 73.7 percent shooting, 6.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.4 blocks per game.
Williams (toe) will be a game-time decision for Tuesday's contest against the Wizards.
Williams hasn't taken the court since May 9, but he appears to have a shot at participating in the play-in tournament. However, it looks like the final word on Williams' availability will come down to the wire.
Williams (toe) is out Saturday against the Timberwolves and Sunday against the Knicks, Keith Smith of Yahoo Sports reports.
We won't potentially see Williams again until the Celtics participate in the play-in tournament, with the team locked into the seventh seed. Tristan Thompson (chest) is also done for the regular season, so Luke Kornet should see plenty of action across the next two games.
Williams (toe) is out Saturday against the Timberwolves.
Williams is still dealing with turf toe and will be out for a third straight game. Tristan Thompson (chest) is out, too, so Luke Kornet should be in line for plenty of minutes at center.
Williams (toe) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers, John Karalis of BostonSportsJournal.com reports.
Williams will miss a second straight game after he aggravated his turf toe injury in Sunday's loss to Miami. Tristan Thompson and Luke Kornet could see additional run in Williams' absence.
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