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A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Daniel Theis tells @NBCSBoston that he hopes to be able to get around without crutches in another 2-3 weeks.
Jared Weiss: Celtics officially announce Daniel Theis had surgery on the lateral meniscus in his left knee and is out for the season. He is expected to make a full recovery in time for training camp this fall.
A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Brad Stevens confirmed @NBCSBoston report that Daniel Theis will have surgery on his torn meniscus injury tomorrow morning.
A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Daniel Theis expected to have surgery on the torn meniscus in his left knee tomorrow. Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery that can maybe get him back at some point in the playoffs. 🤞🏾
Daniel Theis will miss the remainder of the season with a torn left meniscus. Yahoo Sports’ Shams Charania was first to report. Theis’ recovery period will be determined based on the damage found by surgeons, but he is expected to miss the remainder of the season, according to a person with knowledge of the injury. he person spoke with Celtics Wire under the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation.
The main factor in [Daniel Theis’] recovery time will be whether doctors elect to perform an arthroscopic debridement procedure, which removes a piece of the meniscus where it is torn, or a full repair. A debridement of the meniscus typically has a 2-3 month recovery period, while a full repair can require at least double the recovery time. The scope of the surgery will be determined by the imaging and examination already being done, as well as the condition of the meniscus when they go in for surgery.
Scott Souza: #Celtics Marcus Morris on Daniel Theis tearing meniscus: “That really hurt me because he played well. He’s a great dude, a great teammate, always coming to work. For something like that to happen is definitely tough. It’s just the #NBA, man.”
Mark Murphy: Stevens confirms that Theis likely out for season.
Jay King: Brad Stevens said Daniel Theis is weighing his surgical options and will most likely miss the rest of the season.
Adam Himmelsbach: Stevens on Theis: “You really feel for him….we’re gonna miss him on the court but he’ll have a full recovery.”
Jay King: Stevens said Semi Ojeleye could play the 5 some when the Celtics need to go small now that Theis is injured. Yabu is headed back from Maine to rejoin the team.
Adam Himmelsbach: Stevens says it’s unlikely Cs would add a player.
Shams Charania: Sources: Celtics center Daniel Theis has suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee and will undergo season-ending surgery. Theis emerged as an important reserve for Boston this season.
A. Sherrod Blakely: The #Celtics Daniel Theis anticipates he’ll play tonight vs @Houston Rockets
Marc D’Amico: Brad Stevens has good news regarding Daniel Theis’ hamstring injury: “He did some shooting last night and felt really good. He’ll go through shootaround and will likely be available to play (tonight).”
Bill Doyle: Daniel Theis (sore right hamstring) won’t play for Celtics tonight. Brad Stevens thinks Theis shouldn’t be out for long, but “with muscular injuries, you just never know.”
Chris Forsberg: Celtics rookie Daniel Theis and his reset nose will play tonight vs. Heat. He’ll still be masked. Brad: “I guess that’s just how quick it is.”
Marc D’Amico: #NEBHInjuryReport: Daniel Theis (broken nose) is questionable for Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Heat. Marcus Morris (sore knee) is ruled out.
Boston Celtics big man Daniel Theis broke his nose during Friday night’s loss to the Utah Jazz, according to head coach Brad Stevens. After the team announced Theis was not expected to travel for Saturday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, there was an apparent reversal of plans. Theis did fly with the team. No word was given on his availability for the Grizzlies game, but it’s a good sign he made the trip.
Jared Weiss: Theis has a broken nose, per Stevens. Doesn’t know anything else yet.
Mark Murphy: Daniel Theis out for the rest of the night with a facial injury, per the Celtics.
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May 23, 2018 | 12:12 pm EDT Update
Do the Blazers need Paul George to compliment you and Damian Lillard? CJ: “I already tried to get Paul George once. He already turned us down once. You can only shoot your shot so many times in the DMs before you just have to give up. He left me on red receipt, you know [laughs]. “But nah, he’s a cool dude, and he’s got to do what’s best for his family. He couldn’t control where he went. He ended up getting traded anyway to OKC. “I wish him nothing but the best, and I’m sure he’ll enjoy that California sunshine next season.” (Crowd laughs) CJ: “What? It’s the truth.”
He’s still struggling with Kirk’s death. Last Sunday marked two months since the date. Kyle relies on his wife, Juliet, and the rest of the family for support. The grieving process is still ongoing, but basketball has enabled him to smile a little, just as it did all those afternoons in the backyard with his brothers. “You know the world gives you a little bit of time. They’re very sad for you. And they still are,” Kyle said. “But sometimes it’s like, ‘OK, we’d like you to take the shots and make every one, please.'”
Korver’s youngest brother, Kirk, died on March 20 after a brief illness that caught the family and the doctors by surprise. It was devastating for the close-knit family and for the town of Pella, where Kyle’s father, Kevin, has been the senior pastor of one of the community’s largest churches for 25 years and the Korver brothers are treated as ambassadors and heroes. In Pella, though, in the days and weeks after Kirk’s death, there has been an element beyond grief, an unexpected uplifting. It started at the funeral, attended by more than 1,500 people at the Third Reformed Church of Pella, when Kyle and his parents spoke with such purpose that it left those in attendance in awe. And it has carried on as each Korver 3-pointer splashes through the net in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ playoff run as he plays for more than himself.
The plan was for the liver to be flown to Iowa and Kirk to undergo surgery on the morning of March 20. “At 4 a.m., they intubated him. At 10 o’clock, he coded for the first time. About 11, 11:30, he coded the second time. And we pulled all the machines off at 1 o’clock,” Kevin said. “So we went from, ‘He’s going to get a liver. He was the No. 1 option,’ to ‘Your son is dead.’ And that was in 15 hours. I mean, you talk about roller coaster. … That is as intimate and raw as you can be as a family.”
The Houston Rockets are planning a pregame tribute to honor the victims of last week’s Santa Fe High School shooting ahead of Game 5 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors, the team confirmed. Plans are still being worked out in coordination with the NBA, but Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta plans to invite the high school’s seniors and administrators on the court for a video tribute in addition to providing tickets, food and transportation to Thursday’s game.
“We’re going to bring all the seniors out on the court and recognize them,” Fertitta told reporters ahead of Game 4. “There’s going to be a tribute video to the deceased, and we’re going to bring some of the first responders out. Just make it a special night. We’re bringing them up on buses, police escort and we’ll feed them. Just show them a good time Thursday night. Just want them to have a good time just like the rest of us.”
New Line has acquired the pitch “Public Enemy” with LeBron James and Channing Tatum’s production companies, SpringHill Entertainment and Free Association, on as producers. Lucas Carter will pen the script, which is a subversive action-comedy that looks at the speed of media in our current landscape.