Original Story| Bleacher Report
April 18
By Tyler Conway

Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley left Saturday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks with a hamstring strain. It’s unclear when he’ll return to the court.

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Bradley to Undergo Further Testing

Monday, April 18

Celtics head coach Brad Stevens told reporters Bradley will undergo an MRI on Wednesday in Boston.

Stevens Reveals Bradley Diagnosis

Sunday, April 17

Stevens told reporters Bradley has a “pretty significant” strain and is doubtful for the remainder of the series against Atlanta.

Latest on Bradley’s Practice Status

Sunday, April 17

Bradley Spotted with Crutch

Saturday, April 16

Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe passed along a photo of Bradley supporting himself with a cane:

Injury-Plagued Bradley Vital to Celtics’ Hopes

Bradley has yet to play a full 82-game season in his career, and he missed significant time in three of his first four campaigns.

One of the league’s most ferocious defenders, Bradley fills a vital role as a three-and-D guard under head coach Brad Stevens. He averaged 15.2 points per game during the regular season, the highest total of his career, thanks in large part to his best shooting performance (44.7 percent from the field). He also hit 36.1 percent of his three-pointers and surpassed his previous high for attempts.Evan Turner will likely see extended minutes while Bradlecelticsy is out of the lineup.

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