Kyrie Irving's deep three propels the Celtics to a 5-point victory over the Washington Wizards, Wednesday night.
Morning Cup of Green is a short, quick, and to the point blog series. I ask Celtics fans to send in questions, then I pick one I feel is a good talking point.
Morning Cup is BACK... except it is the afternoon.
The Boston Celtics defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 113-100 despite having five players sidelined due to injury.
The Celtics will be without Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, Al Horford, Aron Baynes, and even Guershon Yabusele tonight. With FIVE(!) players sitting out, the Celtics rotation will see a massive shake-up tonight against the Pelicans. What does Brad Stevens have in store?
So what's up and what's down in the world of Boston sports as of December 10, 2018?
I will admit, I have been a huge "sit Jaylen Brown" advocate this season. Even prior to the Brown injury I was calling for him to head to the bench and for Marcus Smart to become the Celtics' starting shooting guard. Though I still feel that way, I think fans are starting to spiral out of control.
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The Celtics announced yesterday that both Al Horford and Jaylen Brown would miss Friday night’s game in Cleveland against the Cavaliers.