It looks like Jaylen Brown is dealing with some lingering knee soreness.
The Boston Celtics announced Saturday that the guard is questionable to play against the Washington Wizards at TD Garden on Sunday.
Brown, who will play in the first NBA All-Star Game of his career, missed two games in early February with the same issue. Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge previously said it was left knee tendonitis.
Brown has been playing with this ailment as Boston has been shorthanded without Marcus Smart in its starting rotation. Smart is listed on the injury report as out, along with Romeo Langford.
Neither player are anticipated to return before the All-Star Break.
The Celtics host the Wizards on Sunday, with tip off at 7 p.m. ET.