Marcus Smart still has his fingers taped up, but he's able to play.
Marcus Smart (fingers) resumed basketball activities last week after being sidelined for an entire month.
According to the Boston Globe, Marcus Smart is going through two-a-days in rehabilitating his two dislocated fingers on his right hand.
Marcus Smart (fingers) is expected to be cleared to play in about two weeks.
According to the Boston Globe, Marcus Smart and Avery Bradley will likely be the starting backcourt for the Celtics next season.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens said that Marcus Smart has received treatment on his two dislocated fingers, and he is expected to be fully recovered by mid-August to early-September
Marcus Smart (fingers) said that he was feeling "a lot better."
Marcus Smart (hand) said he'll be out for a couple of weeks.
Marcus Smart (hand) is expected to miss an Aug. 1 exhibition game in South Africa.
X-rays taken on Marcus Smart's hand came back negative on Thursday, but he did need five stitches.
A source close to Marcus Smart said "he should be okay" after dislocating the index and middle fingers on his right (shooting) hand.
Marcus Smart left Thursday's exhibition game with dislocations to his right index and middle finger and did not return.
Celtics G Marcus Smart made only 1-of-11 shots vs. Miami to finish with six points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals.
Marcus Smart will miss Sunday's game vs. Philly to get some rest.