Kyrie Irving Recovering from Sore Left Knee, Not Serious Celtics Revealed
After leaving the game last Sunday due to a sore left knee against the Indiana Pacers, Boston Celtics star point guard might still be resting his knee for few more days.
The Celtics lose the game that time with the score of 99-97.
Kyrie Irving may still not be playing for the Boston Celtics after feeling a sore left knee last Sunday and so he decided to take a few more days to rest and recover fully. According to the reported news through cbssports.com, Irving had been on and off the court with his team for the past couple of months this NBA season.
The management is concern about the injury of their key point guard because of his past similar injury.
On the other hand, the report news added that the team is not considering his latest injury as a serious one and Irving might be available soon after he recovered, as detailed by Adrian Wojnarowski and adding that the injury is just a tendinitis.
Wojnarowski is from the ESPN and likewise reported that aside from Irving, the Celtics still misses the services of Daniel Theis and Marcus Smart, who are both suffering from injuries.
Although Kyrie may go back playing for the team, the main concern however is that he might be dealing with his injured knee repeatedly because this kind of problem is recurring.
This is actually a problem of many NBA players out there who suffered from a serious knee injury and came back to play for their teams, but not 100 percent already.
Nonetheless, courageous players like Irving will continue to play harder inside the basketball court, regardless of the pain or soreness he experiences.
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