Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen continues to be unsure if he'll have the ability to participate in the playoff opener from the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.
Allen hasn't performed in 2 days due to an aching right ankle. He was shooting around before practice using the team on Saturday and stated he'd be a part of a few of the "more compact parts" from the workout. But coach Doc Rivers stated Allen wouldn't practice and that he did not think he'd play in Game 1, either.
The 36-year-old shooting guard stated he received a cortisone shot on Wednesday. Whether it were not for that 2010 nfl playoffs, he stated, he'd be getting surgery.
Everybody else around the Celtics reported in healthy for that final practice prior to the team leaves for Atlanta.