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Celtics Practice Report: Al Horford says he’ll play on Tuesday vs Cleveland

We heard from Brad Stevens, Terry Rozier, Al Horford, and Marcus Georges-Hunt on Monday at the Auerbach Center.

BRIGHTON - Boston Celtics center Al Horford missed Sunday’s win over the Charlotte Hornets due to a right wrist sprain. The 32-year-old spoke to the media following the team’s practice on Monday afternoon and said that he’s feeling much better and will be good to go on Tuesday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

“Went through practice, so, good to go for tomorrow,” said Horford.

Brad Stevens and Terry Rozier spoke as well at the Auerbach Center, both emphasizing the defensive focus of today’s practice.

Newest Celtic Marcus Georges-Hunt briefly met with the media after his first practice with the team. The guard was officially signed on Monday.

Check out everything from Monday’s practice here:

Al Horford:

Brad Stevens:

Terry Rozier:

Marcus Georges-Hunt:

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