Ultimately, Marcus Good is ready to return to the Boston Celtics lineup.
After lacking the final 18 video games with a left calf tear, Good is not listed on the Celtics’ damage report heading into Thursday night time’s matchup vs. the Brooklyn Nets. The constructive replace comes shortly after head coach Brad Stevens stated the C’s guard was near being cleared.
The one participant listed on Wednesday’s damage report is second-year swingman Romeo Langford as a result of well being and security protocols. Stevens had stated Langford’s return can be “proper across the nook.”
Good’s return would come at a perfect time for Boston as it’s going to tackle a red-hot, star-studded Nets group within the first recreation of the second half. Tip-off for the matchup is ready for 7:30 p.m. ET with Celtics Pregame Stay at 6:30 p.m. on NBC Sports activities Boston.