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Irving's ADP for next season is dropping by the day, but it will be interesting to see how far Terry Rozier can take this team. 24, so his status for the first round of the playoffs remains up in the air.
"I saw him yesterday, spent a lot of time with him," Stevens said. Kyrie Irving's minimally-invasive procedure on his knee "revealed that the fractured patella Irving suffered in 2015 has completely healed and his knee is structurally sound overall" according to Matt Dollinger of
It's unclear how long the surgery would sideline him for, but he's reportedly scheduled for a consultation tomorrow, so we should know more soon.
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The Celtics press release adds that "further information will be provided following [Saturday’s] procedure, and the team will have no further comment until that time." Irving had already been ruled out of the team's four-game road trip, which begins Friday and concludes next Wednesday.
While waiting for another update, we have to assume that this procedure means he'll be sidelined longer than just a week.
He will have the procedure on Saturday "to remove two screws implanted in his patella from an injury suffered during the 2015 NBA Finals." The Celtics have made it clear that they will prioritize Irving's long-term health, and Celtics GM Danny Ainge recently admitted that another surgery was in his future.Irving reportedly left Cleveland to be the man, so he may have to make his impact off the court.As far as his health goes, Irving is walking without crutches for almost a month and has been on the sidelines. Celtics coach Brad Stevens admitted he was surprised to see Kyrie without crutches less than two weeks after surgery to remove two screws from his left knee. This is similar to the operation that Andre Drummond had before the season and it's one of the reasons why the big man had a bounce-back year.As for his recovery from knee surgery, Irving has been walking without crutches for over a month, but it's not clear when he will get the green light for full basketball activities.
Boston's training staff is reportedly "excited" by Irving's initial progress and all signs point to a full recovery, ideally in time for training camp.