Ainge slyly sent a pic of Gordon Hayward out of a brace.
Celtics fans are excited.
The Celtics' forward seems to be walking without any support
The Celtics will play Cleveland on Wednesday night for the first time since the season opener, when top free agent Gordon Hayward sustained a gruesome leg injury
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BOSTON – Remember November? When the Celtics were the NBA’s feel-good story, surging through a grimace-worthy (and likely) season-ending injury to Gordon Hayward to rattle off 16 straight wins and start the season 22-4? That team beat San Antonio, upended Golden State and looked like a legitimate threat to LeBron James’ Eastern Conference supremacy. Show More Summary
Hayward addressed the Christmas crowd at the Wizards-Celtics game.
The tiny scrub suits are so adorable!
The Celtics are a super-impressive 26-7 this season. Far better than anyone expected, considering one of their key stars, new addition Gordon Hayward, suffered a serious injury mere minutes into Game 1. Also impressive has been the play of rookie forward Jayson Tatum. Although he was a high draft pick, it’s still generally safe to [...]
The rehabbing forward reveals what he’s been doing since that awful ankle injury.
Less than six minutes into the NBA season and his debut with a new team, Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward landed awkwardly on his ankle, suffering a traumatic injury that shook the sporting world. Though he remains the Celtics' highest-paid player this season, he hasn't stepped foot on a basketball court since. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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Hayward, free of his walking boot as of Wednesday, says his mind is open to a return before season's end
BOSTON (AP) -- Celtics guard Gordon Hayward says he is open to playing this season, but says it will depend on how fast he is able to heal and show progress as he works his way back from a broken left ankle.
Gordon Hayward’s recovery continues to go very well after his scary opening night injury. Predicting The Next 5 National Champions Read more...
A big step in his road to recovery.
The Boston Celtics forward suffered a season-ending leg and ankle injury just five minutes into his debut with his new team.
“I’m definitely pushing to get back as fast as I can." The post Gordon Hayward Hasn’t Ruled Out Playing Again This Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
Hayward isn’t expected to return this season, but if his rehab is ahead of schedule, the Celtics could get a star back on the court at the right time. After fracturing his tibia and dislocating his ankle just a minute into his firstShow More Summary