During individual work after Celtics practice on Tuesday, Enes Kanter (knee) was getting shots up and working on his moves toward the rim. Throughout practice, he was on Boston’s AlterG treadmill, according to Brad Stevens, which allowed him to run on roughly 70% of his bodyweight.
But Kanter still won’t be available on Wednesday against the Bucks. Stevens ruled the big man out for the third consecutive game.
Kanter getting some shots up with Poirier. He was working on moves to the rim before. pic.twitter.com/kLZK1BDf2h
— Nick Friar (@Nick_Friar) October 29, 2019
Daniel Theis (ankle) took part in most of Tuesday’s practice. He is questionable for Wednesday’s game against Milwaukee.
Romeo Langford (knee) was a full participant at Tuesday’s practice and could make his NBA regular season debut on Wednesday.
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Source: GreenStreet Blog