Glen Davis, who suffered a concussion in the Celtics' loss at Orlando on Wednesday night, will play tonight in Game Six at TD Garden.
A league source confirmed that Davis has recovered from the injury and has been cleared by the team's medical staff.
Obviously, that's great news. Updates on Rasheed Wallace and Marquis Daniels will be provided when available.
UPDATE: According to Danny, Rasheed's status is still in doubt, and Daniels is out for sure:
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said Friday afternoon that Glen Davis would likely play in Friday night's Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Orlando Magic, but that Marquis Daniels would not play. Both Davis and Daniels suffered concussions in Wednesday's Game 5.
Ainge, who made the comments in an interview on Boston sports radio station WEEI, also said Rasheed Wallace (stiff back) remained a game-time decision, as coach Doc Rivers initially indicated Thursday.
Ainge told WEEI that Daniels would be replaced by Brian Scalabrine.