Langford (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game versus the Cavaliers.
Langford continues to manage the right ankle sprain from mid-November and has yet to make his NBA debut. The rookie first-round pick did play in a G League game for the Maine Red Claws last week, but it's unclear when he may get clear of the injury report.
Langford (ankle) is listed as out for Friday's game against the Nuggets.
Langford has been nursing a sprained right ankle since mid-November, though he played in Sunday's G League game, tallying 14 points and three rebounds across 17 minutes. He'll sit out Friday as he continues to work back to full speed.
Langford (ankle) logged 17 minutes for the G League's Maine Red Claws in Sunday's 116-114 win over the Long Island Nets. He put up 14 points (7-11 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and three rebounds off the bench.
Langford was sidelined for about two weeks after suffering an ankle injury during a Nov. 15 game with Maine. Since the first-round pick isn't playing on a two-way contract, he should make his way back to Boston sooner rather than later, but expect the Celtics to send him to Maine frequently to pick up some much-needed playing time. The rookie isn't expected to be a regular member of coach Brad Stevens' rotation this season.
Langford (ankle) is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Long Island Nets, Marc D'Amico of the Celtics' official site reports.
Langford appears to be on track to return from an ankle sprain that's been hampering him for the past couple of weeks. He's averaging 13.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 20.0 minutes across two G-League games and has yet to appear for the Celtics so far during his rookie year.
Langford (ankle) is expected to miss a few more weeks, Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Langford suffered a right ankle sprain in a G League game a week ago, and the injury will cost him at least a couple of weeks. A timetable for his return should come into focus as he nears full strength.
Langford (ankle) isn't available Wednesday for the G League's Maine Red Claws in their game against the Raptors 905, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Langford will be sidelined for a second straight G League contest while tending to the ankle injury, which he picked up Friday in Maine's 103-100 win over the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Since he's not signed to a two-way contract, the rookie first-round pick is still expected to spend most of the 2019-20 campaign with the Celtics, though he'll likely see plenty of action in the G League since regular minutes probably won't be available for him at the NBA level this season.
Langford has been ruled out for the remainder of Friday's game against Fort Wayne due to a right ankle injury, A. Sherrod Blakely of NBC Sports Boston reports.
The severity of Langford's injury is unknown at this time. He's spent time in the G League this season to stay sharp.
Langford suffered an ankle injury and will not return to Friday's G League game, Tom Westerholm of MassLive.com reports.
The extent of the injury is unclear. We may learn more after the game or in the coming days.
Langford (illness) is available to play Monday against the Mavericks.
Langford has yet to crack Boston's rotation thus far, though Gordon Hayward's injury could end up leading to a small opportunity for the rookie.
Langford (illness) is considered probable for Monday's game against Dallas.
The rookie has not been a part of the Celtics' rotation thus far, though there's a chance Gordon Hayward's injury could end up leading to a minor opportunity for Langford in the short-term. Even so, the Indiana product has minimal fantasy upside.
Langford was recalled from the G League on Sunday.
With Gordon Hayward out for at least Monday's contest with a broken hand, Langford will presumably provide depth at the forward position.
Langford posted 27 points (10-15 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five rebounds, two assists, six blocks and one steal across 32 minutes in Saturday's opening night 148-125 win in Delaware.
Langford, a first-round pick for the Celtics, was fantastic in his professional debut. It's expected that Boston will have Langford build his confidence with the Red Claws after playing in only 32 collegiate games as well as missing much of the preseason (knee). The six blocks were a nice surprise from the 6-foot-6 guard. Next up is Friday's home opener versus the Mad Ants.
Langford was assigned Monday to the G League's Maine Red Claws, Jared Weiss of The Athletic reports.
Langford will head to the G League to get extra in-game reps. He's expected to spend quite a bit of time this season in Maine, as the Celtics don't have a room for him in their regular rotation.
Langford (knee) doesn't appear on the Celtics' injury report for Wednesday's game against the Bucks.
The rookie will receive the green light to suit up for the first time in his NBA career after he completed a full practice Tuesday and wasn't hampered by his right knee injury. Even so, Langford isn't expected to be a regular part of coach Brad Stevens' rotation, so don't expect to see him play unless the contest turns non-competitive in the second half.
Langford (knee) was a full participant in practice Tuesday, Jay King of The Athletic reports.
Langford has yet to make his NBA debut due to a right knee strain, but he appears to be trending in the right direction. The team has yet to reveal his status for Wednesday's game against Milwaukee, however.
Langford (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Knicks, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports.
Langford will miss his third-straight game due to a right knee strain. Until an official timetable is given for his return, consider Langford day-to-day heading into Wednesday's game against Milwaukee.
Langford (knee) has been ruled out Friday against the Raptors, Tom Westerholm of MassLive.com reports.
Langford is still nursing a right knee strain and will miss a second consecutive game as a result. It remains to be seen whether he'll be cleared to return for the second half of Boston's back-to-back set.
Langford (knee) won't play in Wednesday's game against Philadelphia, Jared Weiss of The Athletic reports.
Langford has been nursing a right knee strain since training camp, and although he was able to participate in a non-contact capacity at practice Monday, he's officially been ruled out Wednesday. Brad Wanamaker could see a few extra minutes as a result.
Langford (knee) was able to go through practice Monday, albeit in a non-contact capacity Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe reports.
Langford continues to progress in his recovery from a right knee strain, though he won't be able to return to game action until he's able to complete contact-based drills at practice. At this point, it seems unlikely that Langford'll be able to return for Wednesday's season opener against Phialdelphia, though he appears set to return relatively soon.
Coach Brad Stevens said Friday that Langford (knee) did non-contact work and could be a full participant in practice as soon as Monday.
Langford looks to be steadily moving in the right direction in his recovery from a right knee strain. It remains unclear whether he will be cleared to play in the season opener Wednesday, but the Celtics should have an update on the rookie's status at the start of next week.
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