Celtics rookie Romeo Langford has missed all three Summer League games so far as he recovers from surgery on his right thumb to repair a torn ligament, and it does not seem like he will play at all the rest of the way.
The Indiana product has been doing light work at practice, and has been watching all the games from the sidelines.
“It is kind of weird, not playing and watching everybody else,” he said to reporters after Tuesday’s game. “It’s boring. It’s kind of boring for me.”
Langford has been impressed with his teammates on the court, as the team has won all three games.
“Honestly, I feel like they look real good out there,” he said. “They pick up on things fast, and they play like it’s not the first time they’ve played together well.”
In 32 games at Indiana, he averaged 16.5 points per game and is looking forward to getting on the court whenever that may be.
“I feel like once we’re all on the court playing, it’s going to be real good,” Langford said. “Just because we all complement each other’s games real well, specific to our games.”
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