Fred Katz: Devin Robinson is available. Brooks said he’ll try to get him some minutes. Jeff Green is available and will play, per Brooks.
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Fred Katz: Scott Brooks said Devin Robinson might play tomorrow against San Antonio. He’s been out with a hip injury for a while.
Chase Hughes: For all of you who have been asking, Devin Robinson hasn’t been playing with the Go-Go due to a hip injury. They expect him back not long after the All-Star break.
Chase Hughes: Rookie Devin Robinson is back with the Wizards to rehab and ankle injury.
Chase Hughes: Two-way rookie Devin Robinson is back with the Wizards from the G-League to rehab a sprained left ankle. He missed the preseason with a left foot injury.
Chase Hughes: Tim Frazier (groin) and Devin Robinson (foot) are out. Donald Sloan (thigh) is a gametime decision. Sheldon Mac (thumb) is good to go.
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“John Havlicek is one of the most accomplished players in Boston Celtics history, and the face of many of the franchise’s signature moments,’’ the Celtics said in a statement. “John was kind and considerate, humble and gracious. He was a champion in every sense, and as we join his family, friends, and fans in mourning his loss, we are thankful for all the joy and inspiration he brought to us.’’
Mark Murphy: Bob Cousy and Tom Heinsohn confirm that John Havlicek has passed after a long bout with Parkinson’s Disease. Heinsohn: “A great athlete. The sad part is what he endured the last couple of years.”
Chris Forsberg: Tommy Heinsohn on John Havlicek: “He’s still the all-time leading scorer, isn’t he, with the Celtics? And justifiably so. He gets lost in the brouhaha over the [eras around him]… He became a total star.”
Orlando Magic president of operations Jeff Weltman said Thursday the franchise wants to bring back leading scorer and rebounder Nikola Vucevic, who is set to hit free agency. Weltman added a caveat: the All-Star center will have numerous suitors.
“Bringing Vooch back is a priority,” Weltman said. “That being said, Vooch is going to have a lot of teams who will make him a priority for them, too. We will meet with his representatives at the appropriate time. Hopefully we can get something done. It’s the NBA, and I always say there’s a lot of real estate between the intentions and what gets done.”