Celtics Injury Report Reveals Things (Kind Of) Looking Up Vs. Timberwolves

At least that's better than the Christmas availability


Slowly but surely, things are looking up for the Celtics.

A bulk of Boston’s roster has been in the NBA’s health and safety protocols, forcing them to play shorthanded, as many other teams have amid another COVID-19 outbreak.

The Celtics’ injury report for a Christmas Day game against the Milwaukee Bucks was longer than a CVS receipt and featured 15 players. But for Monday night’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on the road, things won’t be as bad.

Bruno Fernando, Enes Freedom, Justin Jackson, C.J. Miles, Aaron Nesmith, Josh Richardson and Dennis Schröder all have been ruled out, still in protocols.

Grant Williams is questionable, though still in protocols. Al Horford appears to have tested out and was not listed.

The Celtics and Timberwolves tip off at 8 p.m. on Monday.

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