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Apr 11, 2024 25 14 8 1 25
Apr 7, 2024 27 12 10 2 32
Apr 5, 2024 24 20 11 2 37
Apr 3, 2024 31 27 12 4 53
Apr 1, 2024 30 20 7 5

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2023 184832.4 29.6 20.1 2.0 7.2 2.0 0.7
2022 242037.2 32.6 23.2 2.7 8.4 1.5 0.9
2021 171933.7 29.0 20.2 2.3 8.1 1.7 0.7
3y Avg. 184834.9 31.0 21.4 2.3 8.4 1.5 0.7
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Making good progress

    Joe Mazzulla said Wednesday on the Zo and Bertrand Show that Porzingis (calf) is "ramping up the intensity level" ahead of the NBA Finals, but the big man's status for Game 1 remains to be determined. The Celtics are waiting on the winner of the Western Conference Finals between the Mavericks and Timberwolves, but it sounds like Porzingis has a shot to return early on in the NBA Finals. There are likely to be daily updates on Porzingis' status, but Boston fans have reason to be optimistic based on Muzzulla's update.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Ruled out for Game 4

    Porzingis (calf) has been ruled out for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Pacers on Monday, Tim Bontemps of ESPN.com reports. Porzingis was initially targeting a return to action for Game 4, but he'll remain sidelined with the Celtics holding a 3-0 lead in the series. If the Pacers win Game 4, it's unclear whether Porzingis will be able to return later in the Eastern Conference Finals or if he'll be available for a potential trip to the NBA Finals.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Targeting Game 4 return

    Porzingis (calf) won't play in Thursday's Game 2 or Saturday's Game 3 against the Pacers but could return as soon as Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals on May 27, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Porzingis, who hasn't played since April 29 due to a right calf strain, has already been ruled out for Game 1 on Tuesday and is slated to miss at least a few more games. In Porzingis' absence, Al Horford should continue to start at center for Boston, with Luke Kornet receiving extended playing time off the bench.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Remains out for Game 1 of ECF

    Porzingis (calf) has been ruled out for Tuesday's Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals versus the Pacers. As expected, Porzingis will remain sidelined to start the Eastern Conference Finals due to a right calf strain he suffered in Boston's opening-round series versus Miami. The Latvian big man didn't practice Monday, so it doesn't appear he's close to game action. However, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Friday that Boston is optimistic that Porzingis could return at some point during the series versus Indiana.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Doesn't practice Monday

    Porzingis (calf) didn't participate in Monday's practice session, Jay King of The Athletic reports. Porzingis sustained a calf injury during the first round of the playoffs and isn't expected to be available for the start of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Pacers. His absence from practice reflects that pessimism, while Al Horford and Luke Kornet should continue to see an uptick in playing time during Tuesday's Game 1.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Expected to miss start of Round 3

    Porzingis (calf) is expected to miss the start of the Eastern Conference Finals, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports. Porzingis has been sidelined since he sustained a calf injury in Game 4 of Boston's first-round series. Wojnarowski reports that Porzingis is making progress in his recovery, and there's some optimism that he could return at some point during the series. Boston will face the winner of the second-round series between the Knicks and Pacers, and the opening two games are slated for Tuesday and Thursday.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Likely to miss second-round series

    Porzingis (calf) will likely remain sidelined for the Celtics' second-round series in the Eastern Conference playoffs, Chris Haynes of Turner Sports reports. Porzingis sustained a calf injury in Game 4 of Boston's first-round series and was unavailable for Wednesday's Game 5 as the Celtics took down the Heat to advance to the second round. He's been diagnosed with a right soleus strain and was expected to miss several games, and it appears likely that his absence will span the entirety of the second round. However, the Celtics hope that Porzingis will be able to return if the team advances to the Eastern Conference Finals, and the 28-year-old will rest and rehab in the coming days.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Likely out multiple games

    Porzingis (calf) is expected to miss a minimum of several games, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Porzingis has already been ruled out for Game 5 against Miami on Wednesday due to a right soleus strain, but it now appears that he will be headed toward an extended absence. It seems unlikely that Porzingis will return to action for the remainder of Boston's first-round series and could be kept out longer if the team continues to advance in the playoffs. With the 28-year-old big man sidelined, Al Horford should slide into the starting lineup, with Luke Kornet and Xavier Tillman competing for bench minutes.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Won't play Game 5

    Porzingis (calf) has been ruled out for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Heat, Justin Turpin of WEEI.com reports. Porzingis has been diagnosed with a right soleus strain, the same injury that's kept Giannis Antetokounmpo out since April 9. With Boston holding a 3-1 lead, Al Horford will likely slide into the starting lineup in Porzingis' absence for at least the remainder of the opening-round series.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Unlikely to return

    Porzingis is considered doubtful to return to Monday's Game 4 against the Heat due to right calf tightness, NBC Sports Boston reports. The severity of Porzingis' injury isn't yet known, but his night is likely over. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN has already reported that Porzingis will undergo an MRI on Tuesday, and the initial indication is that he managed to avoid an Achilles injury. Boston should have more information on the big man's status over the next day or so before the Celtics host the Heat for Game 5 on Wednesday.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Limps to locker room

    Porzingis walked to the locker room during the first half of Monday's Game 4 against the Heat with an apparent lower body injury, Souichi Terada of The Springfield Republican reports. Porzingis came up limping with a few minutes remaining in the second quarter, and he immediately called to the bench for a sub and walked gingerly to the locker room to be evaluated further. Al Horford and Luke Kornet would be in line for larger workloads in the frontcourt if Porzingis is unable to return.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Stuffs stat line Saturday

    Porzingis logged 18 points (5-9 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 5-6 FT), five rebounds, two assists, two blocks and one steal in 27 minutes during Saturday's 104-84 victory over the Heat in Game 3 of the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Porzingis was active on both ends of the court, and even though he cooled down after a strong start in which he scored Boston's first eight points, he still finished with a solid output despite playing just 27 minutes. The limit in playing time was probably related to the nature of the game since it was a blowout from the second quarter onwards, meaning Porzingis shouldn't have problems handling his regular workload in Game 4 on Monday. Porzingis has scored 18 points in two of his three appearances in the series.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Strong from deep to boost offense

    Porzingis amassed 18 points (7-13 FG, 4-8 3Pt), four rebounds, one assist, two blocks and one steal in 34 minutes during Sunday's 114-94 victory over the Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. Porzingis ended two points shy of the 20-point mark but was a key contributor as the Celtics ran away with Game 1. The big man drilled four three-pointers and was a plus-17 in his 34 minutes of action. Porzingis and the Celtics will have two days off before Wednesday's Game 2.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Sitting out again Sunday

    Porzingis will be rested for Sunday's game against the Wizards. No surprise here, as the Celtics are just trying to keep their key players fresh for the playoffs. Derrick White, Jrue Holiday, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Al Horford will also be held out.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Ruled out for Friday

    Porzingis (hamstring) has been ruled out for Friday's game against Charlotte, Justin Turpin of WEEI.com reports. The Celtics are exercising caution in the second half of a back-to-back set, and Porzingis will have a chance to rest with the postseason looming. His final chance to return during the regular season will be Sunday against Washington, while Xavier Tillman, Luke Kornet and Neemias Queta could see increased run against Charlotte since Porzingis and Al Horford (toe) have both been ruled out.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Iffy for Friday

    Porzingis is questionable for Friday's game against the Hornets due to right hamstring injury management, Taylor Snow of the Celtics' official site reports. Porzingis, Jayson Tatum (knee), Jaylen Brown (hand), Jrue Holiday (knee), Derrick White (ankle) and Al Horford (toe) are all questionable. Even if all of Boston's regulars suit up, they may not play usual minutes. Porzingis has appeared in 11 of the last 13 games, averaging 18.6 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 2.5 blocks and 1.2 steals in 28.9 minutes per game.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Comes close to double-double

    Porzingis ended Thursday's 118-109 loss to the Knicks with 14 points (5-12 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and two blocks across 25 minutes. Porzingis returned from a one-game absence, and while he only played 25 minutes, he still ended just two rebounds away from a double-double. Given his injury history and how cautious the Celtics have been with him all season, it remains to be seen how available Porzingis will be for the final two games of the regular season, as the Celtics have already locked up home-court advantage throughout the playoffs.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Iffy for Thursday

    Porzingis (hamstring) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Knicks. Porzingis, who missed Tuesday's loss to Milwaukee, is one of six Celtics listed as questionable, so it's unclear what Boston's rotation will look like Thursday. With the No. 1 seed locked up, Boston continues to rest its regulars occasionally, but Porzingis has appeared in 10 of the Celtics' last 12 games, averaging 19.1 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 2.5 blocks and 1.3 steals in 29.3 minutes during that stretch.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: Will rest Tuesday

    Porzingis (hamstring/rest) will be inactive Tuesday versus Milwaukee, Keith Smith of Spotrac.com reports. Porzingis and Al Horford (toe) have both been ruled out for Tuesday's contest, leaving a platoon of Luke Kornet and Xavier Tillman to handle minutes at center. Neemias Queta signed a standard multi-year contract with Boston on Monday, but he is currently at the G League level. Porzingis' next opportunity to take the court comes Thursday versus New York.
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  • Celtics' Kristaps Porzingis: May rest Tuesday

    Porzingis is questionable for Tuesday's game in Milwaukee due to right hamstring injury management, Justin Turpin of WEEI.com reports. Porzingis and Al Horford (toe) are both questionable, but the rest of Boston's roster will be available Tuesday. If both big men are downgraded to out, Xavier Tillman, Luke Kornet and Oshae Brissett would be candidates for increased roles.
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