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Celtics injury update: Jaylen Brown available for Game 2 vs. Sixers

We’ve keeping an eye on all the injury news for the Celtics during the 2020 NBA Playoffs.

Boston Celtics guard Kemba Walker drives against Miami Heat guard Kendrick Nunn in the first half of a NBA basketball game at the Visa Athletic Center in the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The 2020 NBA Playoffs get started on Monday, August 17th. While we should see most lineups at full strength, there will always be notable injuries to cover from game-to-game in each series. Here you’ll be able to find all the latest injury news and updates, plus DFS and betting analysis, for the Boston Celtics as they take on the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round of the playoffs.

Boston Celtics injury updates

Romeo Langford — Wrist (DTD)
Jaylen Brown — Thigh (Available)

Update, Aug. 19 Brown is available to play in Game 2 vs. the Sixers on Wednesday night.

Update, Aug. 18 Brown has popped up on the injury report for Game 2 vs. the Sixers with a thigh injury. He’s listed as probable, so it doesn’t appear to be anything serious. Hayward is listed as out and is expected to miss four weeks due to a Grade 3 ankle sprain.

Update, Aug. 16 — It’s good news for Celtics fans because the only player who is in question for Game 1 of the first round is Langford. Everybody else is expected to be a full-go, including Kemba Walker, who was on a minutes limit for most of the seeding round.