Monday November 23rd, 2015

Celtics point guard Marcus Smart will miss at least two weeks due to a leg injury, head coach Brad Stevens announced Sunday.

Smart suffered a partial dislocation of the left knee in Friday’s 120–95 victory after a knee-to-knee hit with Nets forward Thomas Robinson.

“They say a couple weeks-plus,” Stevens said, according to ESPN.com. “And there’s no real end beyond a couple of weeks. It could be a couple weeks, it could be longer than that. Hopefully it gets a lot better sooner because obviously he's a big loss for us.”

Smart has played in nine of Boston’s 13 games this season and made eight starts. He is averaging 9.8 points and 3.2 assists per game.

Open Floor guests: Paul Millsap dishes on Hawks; Frank Isola on Knicks

Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley started at the two guard spots in Sunday’s 111–101 loss to the Nets. Each scored 27 points. 

- Dan Gartland

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