The Boston Celtics have announced that second-year short forward Aaron Nesmith has been listed as suspect to play in Sunday evening’s Road Tilt with the Denver Nuggets, after missing several games due to a sprain in his right ankle. The player with an ankle sprain at the time, Celtics star forward Jaylen Brown, debuted himself for second just moments after the sprain.
Brown has since returned to action with a less severe sprain, which has already healed, but the South Carolina native landed on his ankle in the team’s win over the Memphis Grizzlies on March 3, possibly due to The reason is that it took a long time to recover.
Nesmith was working his way into a dependable role with the bench crowd before the injury, his high-energy play providing the needed boost in steady moments for his fellow reserve players.
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With an average of 3.4 points this season and 1.7 boards per game, let’s hope the Vanderbilt product is back on the floor soon, if it’s not the game, whatever it may be.
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