A. Sherrod Blakely: Marcus Morris will likely have his minutes continue to be restricted through the end of this month. Still no word if he will continue to not play in back-to backs. @NBCSCeltics
A. Sherrod Blakely: Marcus Morris, who will come off the bench, will have minutes restriction tonight that’s likely around 20 or so minutes. @NBCSCeltics
Steve Bulpett: Strange that Marcus and Markieff Morris coming back from injury on same night? Marcus: "You got a better chance of hitting the lottery."
A. Sherrod Blakely: Boston's Marcus Morris (knee) listed as probable for tonight's game vs the OKC Thunder. It would be his 1st game w the Celtics. @NBCSCeltics
Jay King: Marcus Morris said his knee has "come along really well." He's gonna play whenever the training staff believes he's ready.
A. Sherrod Blakely: Celts Brad Stevens said Marcus Morris (knee) will not play tonight vs San Antonio.
Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris is expected to miss at least the first week of the regular season due to right knee soreness, according to head coach Brad Stevens. Stevens said Morris has been dealing with the issue since arriving to training camp. He is expected to undergo reevaluation sometime within the next 10-14 days.
With Morris out, Stevens hinted the Celtics will likely start rookie Jayson Tatum against the Cleveland Cavaliers. There could be bench minutes available in Boston's frontcourt.
September 22, 2021 | 9:43 pm EDT Update
“I talked to Steph Curry a couple weeks ago, and I was asking him about young players he might have reached out to and guess who he said?” Jackie MacMullan remarked. “Darius Garland, Darius Garland, he loves Darius Garland a lot, a lot, a lot. He thinks that kid is gonna be a flat-out star.”