The Boston Celtics just went 2-1 on their latest road trip despite missing a good part of the rotation due to injuries. Now that they’re returning home, how does the injury report look?
Boston Celtics Injury Report vs. Golden State (1/30):— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) January 29, 2020
Enes Kanter - Right Hip Contusion - OUT
Jayson Tatum - Right Groin Strain - QUESTIONABLE
Robert Williams - Left Hip Bone Edema - OUT
Not amazing, but not terrible either! Jayson Tatum is questionable with his right groin strain, which is much better than him being doubtful as he was before ultimately being ruled out against the Miami Heat. Boston was missing both him and Javonte Green, but thankfully, it appears that Green will be healthy and ready to add to the wing depth chart. Brad Stevens offered positive updates on Tatum’s status ahead of the game in Miami, so even if Tatum can’t go tomorrow, things are trending upward as the team approaches the final showdown of the regular season against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Enes Kanter has missed time, and his rebounding was sorely missed against the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday. Kanter was having a nice stretch before this hip contusion, so Boston will be excited to add his positives back into the mix. Unfortunately, that’ll have to wait until after Thursday night’s game against the Warriors. Robert Williams III remains out until the All-Star break at least.
The Boston Celtics will take on the Golden State Warriors tomorrow night at 8PM EST on TNT.