Avery Bradley left Game 3 with a left shoulder injury and did not return. But roughly an hour before game time on Sunday, Celtics head coach Doc Rivers confirmed that Bradley is healthy enough to play and will be in the starting lineup for Game 4.
"It's a concern tonight and going forward," Rivers said of Bradley's shoulder. "But we just got the OK, and we're going to throw him out there and see how it feels."
Bradley will join Rajon Rondo to make up the Celtics starting backcourt, with veteran Ray Allen coming off of the bench.
Bradley scored five points and grabbed four rebounds in just under 25 minutes of playing time in Boston's 90-84 Game 3 victory.