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Post by cowens/oldschool on Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:03 pm

Anthony Davis is not going anywhere!!
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Post by Shamrock1000 on Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:07 pm

cowens/oldschool wrote:Anthony Davis is not going anywhere!!

Dude, it was an example - the point is I don't think Danny feels like he is done. And never say never - if the Brow makes it clear he isn't re-signing, NO better get something for him. But yeah, the Brow is probably not going anywhere anytime soon....

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Post by k_j_88 on Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:12 pm

Phil,

It's already April and Hayward is, as others have mentioned, not even running or playing in contact drills. It would be counterproductive to throw him into the fire late in the year when he hasn't had the time to get his legs under him.


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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Mon Apr 02, 2018 6:45 pm

He has so many steps left to be anywhere near return, no way he is coming back, and we should hope he doesn't. I want him totally confident in his return. So next year is where it is at. He may start travelling with the team and get more involved in team decisions.

I will wait, but God I can''t wait for September already!!!!
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Post by bobheckler on Sat May 12, 2018 12:14 pm

The Latest Update:

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2775641-gordon-hayward-feeling-like-an-athlete-again-after-surgery-on-leg-injury



Gordon Hayward 'Feeling Like an Athlete Again' After Surgery on Leg Injury



KYLE NEWPORT


MAY 11, 2018




BOSTON, MA - DECEMBER 25: Gordon Hayward #20 of the Boston Celtics addresses the crowd before the game between Boston Celtics and the Washington Wizards at TD Garden on December 25, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
(Photo by Omar Rawlings/Getty Images)



As the Boston Celtics prepare to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, they will do so without Gordon Hayward.

The good news is that the All-Star is progressing in his rehab.

On Friday night, Hayward updated fans on his situation via his blog and let everyone know that he is starting to feel like a basketball player again:

"I know everybody is curious about where things stand with my rehab. It’s all been going really well. I’m happy to report I’m feeling like an athlete again. I’ve been in Indianapolis for the last couple weeks making some really good progress. I leave the hotel every morning at about 9:30 am and don’t get back til about 6 pm. We do a lot of running mechanics, physical therapy, a lift of some sort, and then court work for another few hours. It’s a full day, every day. I’m definitely moving along as planned, and progressing really well."


Hayward has been out since suffering a gruesome injury on opening night, dislocating his left ankle and fracturing his left tibia.

Two months ago, the Players' Tribune posted a video chronicling his road back to the court:




While many wondered if he would return to the court in time for a potential postseason run, Celtics coach Brad Stevens always made it clear the star would not be rushed back to action. Now, the 6'8", 226-pound forward must watch from the sidelines as his team attempts to end LeBron James' run of seven consecutive trips to the NBA Finals.

Fans will appreciate the update on his status. That was just a quick tidbit of the blog post, though, as he spent the rest of the time praising his teammates and coach for continuing to grind as he and Kyrie Irving suffered season-ending injuries.

"These guys all sacrifice—whether it be their bodies, their playing time—for the good of the team. That’s the type of people they are. They want to help the team win, and they’ve all bought into the system that we have, where depending on matchups and the night, any one of them could be starting or coming off the bench. They embrace those roles. That’s the beauty of our team."

He added:

"We’ve shown throughout the year that we can beat anybody in the league on any given night. We’re going to have to play extremely well to beat them four times.

"But we can do it. And I believe that we will."


Nobody in the Eastern Conference has been able to defeat James in a seven-game series since 2010. The Celtics would be be better equipped to do so if fully healthy, but the way they are playing, it'd be foolish to count them out. Hayward certainly isn't.



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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Sat May 12, 2018 1:24 pm

I know some feel it is just a tease and do not understand why he posts the things he does. I, for one,
am glad to hear from the player himself on how he is doing and about his progress. It has been a grind, for sure, for him, but he has a terrifi attitude. I cannot wait for the time when we can watch him and Irving together on the floor.

In the meantime, we will continue on our present journey, hoping that we can shock the rest of the NBA and win a few more games. No matter what, it is all gravy now. Who would have thought we would be in this position after losing two great players. You have got to love this team.

GO CELTICS

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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Sat May 12, 2018 1:24 pm

I know some feel it is just a tease and do not understand why he posts the things he does. I, for one,
am glad to hear from the player himself on how he is doing and about his progress. It has been a grind, for sure, for him, but he has a terrifi attitude. I cannot wait for the time when we can watch him and Irving together on the floor.

In the meantime, we will continue on our present journey, hoping that we can shock the rest of the NBA and win a few more games. No matter what, it is all gravy now. Who would have thought we would be in this position after losing two great players. You have got to love this team.

GO CELTICS

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Post by kdp59 on Sun May 13, 2018 12:30 pm

Danny should tell him to stay away from the court (even in street clothes) until game 7 (or another must win game) against the Cav's

then have him there with the team for an emotional lift to help the team knock the Cav's out.

or maybe I need to watch less videos of Willis Reed limping into  Madison square garden in the finals all those years ago
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Post by cowens/oldschool on Sun May 13, 2018 12:44 pm

kdp59 wrote:Danny should tell him to stay away from the court (even in street clothes) until game 7 (or another must win game) against the Cav's

then have him there with the team for an emotional lift to help the team knock the Cav's out.

or maybe I need to watch less videos of Willis Reed limping into  Madison square garden in the finals all those years ago

Well we need game 1
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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Sun May 13, 2018 12:49 pm

The more LeBron talks the more fire he lights under the Celtics.

"All Brad Stevens talk is overblown" Keep talking LeBron, all you do is make it easier for the Celtics to want to win
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Post by bobheckler on Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:08 am

https://sports.yahoo.com/celtics-star-gordon-hayward-hopes-cleared-play-end-july-201440771.html




Celtics star Gordon Hayward hopes to be cleared to play by the end of July



Ben Rohrbach
Ben Rohrbach
Yahoo SportsJune 26, 2018

Gordon Hayward shared the bench with fellow rehabbing Celtics star Kyrie Irving during the playoffs. (Getty Images)



In his first extended comments since undergoing a second surgery to remove the hardware from his gruesome season-ending injury in the 2017-18 NBA opener, Boston Celtics forward said his left ankle is now “actually slightly stronger” than the right, and he could be fully cleared to play by the end of July.

In a blog post on his website entitled, “Won’t Be Long Now,” Hayward detailed the setback that derailed his rehab, which in late May was “in short order” away from “five-on-five, real basketball.”


In much the same way a tension wire left over from a 2015 knee surgery caused Celtics teammate Kyrie discomfort, Hayward “was experiencing pain” on the outside of his left ankle due to the hardware installed in his October surgery. Doctors determined the issue was one of pain rather than strength, and together they opted to take what Hayward said was “the very rare” step of removing the hardware.

Hayward’s rehab was set back two months
The Celtics announced the follow-up procedure on May 30, five days after Hayward played one-on-one with former Indiana Pacers wing Brandon Rush in Indianapolis, three days after the Cleveland Cavaliers eliminated Boston in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals and one day after doctors ran their tests on his ankle. “So it was not quite five-on-five, real basketball,” Hayward said of his matchup with Rush, “but I was starting to ramp it up and was definitely due to get there in short order.”

By that point, Celtics coach Brad Stevens and president of basketball operations Danny Ainge had both already ruled Hayward out for the remainder of the season, so however short that order was, it seems near-impossible Hayward could have contributed in the Finals had Boston made it that far.

Hayward is now two weeks removed from a walking boot again, and he faces the same rehab process he began in late January — “jogging, then running, then cutting and moving” — only faster this time.

“All that could happen within one to two weeks of each other, to where by the end of July I am playing full court, five-on-five basketball,” Hayward wrote. “And that’s probably the most exciting thing I could tell all of you.”

Hayward and Irving should be in training camp
At the time of his second surgery, the Celtics pegged Hayward’s return to basketball activities at 6-8 weeks, and this timeline meshes with that one. It’s slightly more optimistic than the one Stevens gave last week, when he told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach, “Everything is good and pointed toward being back exactly where he was — hopefully pain-free, because that plate is taken out — in the middle of July, which probably points to an early August, mid August fully cleared time frame.”

Irving told the New York Daily News he could be cleared for basketball activity as soon as “two weeks,” which would also be in line with the Celtics’ suggestion that the two rehabbing All-Stars will be “fully healthy” for the start of training camp at the end of September. Between medical procedures, both could be seen encouraging their Celtics teammates from the bench during the conference finals run.

“We go into next season with a lot of options, high expectations, and a lot of reason for optimism,” added Hayward, who lauded the development of Terry Rozier, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. “I’ve talked with Kyrie, and I know he is progressing really well, and plans to start training hard pretty soon. We’ve both been itching to re-join these guys after watching what they did in the postseason.”

Both Hayward and Irving have made it clear they want nothing short of a title in Boston next season.



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MY NOTE:  End of July to the start of training camp at end of September.  2 months to knock the rust off.


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Post by mulcogiseng on Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:05 pm

Hey Bob, Glad to see you still posting this much. Hope you are having a great time!

Two months is plenty of time to get in preseason shape and get that rust off. What won't dissipate for Gordon and Kyrie is the hunger.

In a few days we mark the final end of the 2017-2018 season and the beginning of free agency and the deal making that starts the next year. It's a new season and it comes with its own blank slate.

Have we ever been more anxious for the start of a new season? Will June ever end?
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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:57 pm

All I know is I cannot wait to see Kyrie/Gordon on the court healthy and in good shape...this is what I have been waiting for since that fateful first game.

Bob, hope vacation is all you wanted it to be. You are supposed to be forgetting everything for a while!!! Enjoy!
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Post by dboss on Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:21 pm

It is always good to hear that Gordon's recovery from that ghastly injury is nearing completion. It sounds like he has worked extremely hard to reach this point.

The Celtics are in a position where they can ease him back into starter level minutes. I still think it is going to take some time before he is 100%. He may not be in the starting lineup on day one but if he is, look for Brad to limit his MPG to around 25. They have a lot invested in him and will be cautious.
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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Wed Jun 27, 2018 1:39 pm

I just read on another web site that the Celtics and Aron Baynes are going to be signing a new contract. No money, of course, was mentioned. This was on Hoop Hype or Hoop World, I can't remember which, one is out of business aren't they???? Anyway, they cited that Baynes feels that he has found a comfortable place here, and that the Celtics were very happy with him. The fact that he represented the team at those NBA honors show was a good sign. I also read that they felt Larkin would sign a multi year contract with another team, too bad, for what he gave the Celtics, he was very useful. Good for him though.
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Post by dboss on Wed Jun 27, 2018 2:46 pm

RosalieTCeltics wrote:I just read on another web site that the Celtics and Aron Baynes are going to be signing a new contract. No money, of course, was mentioned. This was on Hoop Hype or Hoop World, I can't remember which, one is out of business aren't they????  Anyway, they cited that Baynes feels that he has found a comfortable place here, and that the Celtics were very happy with him. The fact that he represented the team at those NBA honors show was a good sign.  I also read that they felt Larkin would sign a multi year contract with another team, too bad, for what he gave the Celtics, he was very useful.  Good for him though.

Yes I saw that on several sights. That is good news for Boston as it solidifies the 5 spot (Horford, Baynes, Williams, Theis, Yabusele) we can go big, small or in between. They mentioned a multi-years deal. I am thinking 2 or 3 years at $6 mill per or maybe graduated increases (i.e
$5, $6 and then $7.)

Now let's see what happens with Marcus Smart.
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Post by RosalieTCeltics on Wed Jun 27, 2018 3:55 pm

The news around here is that he is almost certain to be gone. I wonder. With all that he is going thru with his Mom and how close he is to his family, will he want to go to Dallas? This is a tough decision for the kid. I feel bad for him, so young with so much weight on his shoulders.
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Post by bobheckler on Thu Jun 28, 2018 12:50 am

mulcogiseng wrote:Hey Bob, Glad to see you still posting this much. Hope you are having a great time!

Two months is plenty of time to get in preseason shape and get that rust off. What won't dissipate for Gordon and Kyrie is the hunger.

In a few days we mark the final end of the 2017-2018 season and the beginning of free agency and the deal making that starts the next year. It's a new season and it comes with its own blank slate.

Have we ever been more anxious for the start of a new season? Will June ever end?


Mulcogi,

I'm 6 time zones away from Boston, same as Berlin and Swede.  So late in my day, mid-late afternoon EDT, I have some time to poke around for stories.  I'm flying out of Johannesburg this morning to Antanarivo, Madagascar.  I will/should have access to WiFi for a day or two but probably none for 2 weeks as I leave the city and head out to where the wild things are.


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