BRIGHTON - Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens says that “all signs point” to Guerschon Yabusele being available tonight when the Celtics take on the Milwaukee Bucks at TD Garden. The 23-year-old forward sprained his right ankle against the Chicago Bulls just two weeks ago. Stevens said that Yabusele has “worked really hard to get back really quickly.”
Forward Marcus Morris remains questionable for Friday night’s matchup due to right knee soreness. Morris told reporters on Wednesday night that he doesn’t expect to miss much time, and General Manager Danny Ainge said on Toucher and Rich Thursday that he expects the forward to play against Milwaukee. Brad Stevens said that he’ll go through his workout this morning and the team will make their call after they go through shootaround at the Auerbach Center.
The Celtics and Bucks tip off tonight from TD Garden at 8:00 PM EST.
Listen to everything Brad Stevens had to say from the Auerbach Center this morning below:
UPDATE: Per the Celtics, Morris has been ruled out:
#NEBHInjuryReport Marcus Morris (right knee soreness) has been downgraded to OUT for tonight.— Boston Celtics (@celtics) December 21, 2018