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Your Morning Dump… Where Jared Sullinger has a bone bruise

Your Morning Dump… Where Jared Sullinger has a bone bruise

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Sullinger was run into by Orlando’s Moe Harkless late in the first half, but he played on. An MRI revealed a bone bruise, leaving his status as day-to-day. “Jared [...]

November 13, 2013 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Brad Stevens, Celtics News, Injuries, Jared Sullinger, The Morning Dump 10

Andrew Bynum’s knees are already an issue in Philly

Andrew Bynum’s knees are already an issue in Philly

A lot of people are making Philly out to be more than they are.  They are a totally re-vamped team, returning five players from last year’s team that took the Celtics to the limit in the playoffs.  The key acquisition walking through this summer’s revolving door, of course, is Andrew Bynum. He’s the reason some [...]

October 1, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Injuries 5

Ray Allen is still damaged goods

Ray Allen is still damaged goods

Ray Allen said ankle issue likely will be ongoing throughout the season, something he will have to manage. He said he never wanted to let on publicly how serious it was last season in Boston. Ira Winderman (via PBT) Well, well, well… “ongoing throughout the season,” huh? That doesn’t sound very good for the Miami [...]

September 30, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Injuries 14

Report: Derrick Rose likely out until March

Report: Derrick Rose likely out until March

The Chicago Tribune buries this nugget in a story about the Bulls financial decisions this summer: Management will say its financial decisions are cloaked in basketball reasons. With Rose out until likely March, next season is a treading-water season. So instead of depth being the secondary star, the Bulls hope to add a legitimate one [...]

July 23, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA, Injuries 8

Heading into Vegas, a pair of jokers mar a wild offseason

Heading into Vegas, a pair of jokers mar a wild offseason

The second week of summer basketball has begun.  We’ve seen NBA veterans trying to stick around.  We’ve seen rookies trying to prove their worth.  We’ve seen an NBA offseason that is, officially, less than a week old but has still given us a mountain of stories. It’s been an amazing off-season.  But as we head [...]

July 16, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Injuries, News 4

Bosh might not play (and it’s not necessarily a good thing)

Bosh might not play (and it’s not necessarily a good thing)

Image courtesy Ryan Hurst designs “He’s doing a little bit more, [but] he’s still indefinite,” Spoelstra said of Bosh. “For me, it’s my responsibility right now to prepare this team without him. If and when we get to a point when he starts to emerge into the picture, we’ll gladly deal with that. For our [...]

May 27, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Around the NBA, Gametime, Injuries 2

Things breaking C’s way? Bosh out indefinitely

Things breaking C’s way? Bosh out indefinitely

  The Celtics played the Hawks, who didn't have Al Horford or Zaza Pachulia and then saw Josh Smith limited by a knee strain.  They were set to face the winner of the Bulls-76'ers series, and the Bulls lost Derrick Rose to an ACL injury and Joakim Noah to an ankle injury.  Now they face [...]

May 14, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Around the NBA, Injuries, News, Uncategorized 10