This update courtesy Greg Payne of ESPN Boston:
Celtics guard Avery Bradley (dislocated left shoulder) will be a game-time decision for Sunday night's Game 4 against the Atlanta Hawks, while Ray Allen (ankle) is expected to play, team officials confirmed after Boston's morning shootaround on Sunday at HealthPoint.
Bradley and Allen participated in the entirety of Sunday's hour-long session, along with the rest of the roster, which consisted primarily of half-court sets and minimal contact and running.
Bradley dislocated his left shoulder late in the third quarter of Game 3 on Friday and did not return. He finished with 5 points, 4 rebounds, and a blocked shot. Allen, meanwhile, returned on Friday following an 11-game absence due to ongoing ankle issues. Allen played 37 minutes off the bench during Friday's overtime win, scoring 13 points on 6-of-12 shooting.
Thrilled that Ray Allen is able to play. I was deathly afraid his ankle would be the size of a bowling ball following Game 3.
I didn't think Avery Bradley suffered a separated shoulder. The Globe's Gary Washburn reported the injury as a stinger.
As expected, Josh Smith is going to play for Atlanta.