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    @BrianTRobb: Brad Stevens said that he would think about potential changes to the #Celtics rotation during the All-Star Break. I examine…

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    @HoopsRumors: The Celtics are missing Marcus Smart, Vince Carter's return to Toronto is on hold, and more news from the Atlantic Divisio…

Marcus Smart
Boston Celtics
Oklahoma State
Date Of Birth
3 June 1994
6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
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  • Making my man Marcus Smart look bad 2k @NBA2K @smart_MS3 https://t.co/leeNY7kVzF
    18 Feb @ 4AM

  • @EriPrince11 @fucc_curry Y’all signing IT and Marcus smart to a max fooohhhh ????????
    18 Feb @ 3AM

  • @JeyTheVillain: RT @MustBeCharm: then turned into Marcus Smart RT @JeyTheVillain: Tobias Harris looking like Steph Curry
    18 Feb @ 3AM

  • Dawg why is MARCUS SMAnot in this dunk contest ??
    18 Feb @ 3AM

  • @JeyTheVillain: RT @MustBeCharm: then turned into Marcus Smart RT @JeyTheVillain: Tobias Harris looking like Steph Curry
    18 Feb @ 2AM

  • RT @MustBeCharm: then turned into Marcus Smart RT @JeyTheVillain: Tobias Harris looking like Steph Curry
    18 Feb @ 12AM

  • ???? Holley and Hardy in the @cumberlandfarms lounge chat about Marcus Smart's value to this #Celtics team https://t.co/ICya
    17 Feb @ 3AM

  • Celtics offensive woes carrying over to the rising stars challenge after Jayson Tatum has his third straight miss/TO at…
    17 Feb @ 2AM

    16 Feb @ 10PM

  • Marcus Smart criticized the #Celtics' lack of "effort" in recent weeks, and also blamed himself: https://t.co/vfbZdnHp
    16 Feb @ 9PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Marcus Smart says hand injury actually due to frustration from Lakers loss

    Look, there needed to be some damage control when it came to the unfortunate way that Marcus Smart injured his hand. Whether you believe Smart’s official story is another thing, however. Rumors swirled recently that Smart had injured his hand — resulting in stitches and a laceration that would keep him out for a couple of weeks — by punching a picture frame at the Boston Celtics’ hotel.
    5 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Marcus Smart expects to return to Celtics after skin heals on lacerated right hand

    Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart said he lacerated his right hand after punching a glass picture frame out of frustration over his play, and despite trade whispers surrounding his name, he said he expects to be back on the court with Boston after the All-Star break. Speaking to reporters for the first time since injuring the hand last month in Los Angeles, Smart said it was anger over missing a last-second shot against the Lakers during Boston's season-worst four-game losing streak that led him to punch the picture frame at the team's Beverly Hills hotel. Smart is hoping to return to action later this month after the skin heals on the back of his right hand.
    4 Feb @ 8PM

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  • Report: Celtics willing to trade Smart for first-round pick

    With Terry Rozier coming into his one in the absence of Kyrie Irving and perhaps surpassing the injured Marcus Smart in the Celtics guard rotation, could Danny Ainge be looking to trade Smart? Wojnarowski said Smart is "a player that's available for a first-round pick," Wojnarowski. "If a team was willing to give Boston a first-round pick, Boston would look at [trading him], if they didn't have to take back a lot of money going out in the future.
    3 Feb @ 11PM

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  • Smart out two weeks with laceration on hand

    The laceration injury Celtics guard Marcus Smart suffered to his right hand will keep him out for two weeks, the team announced. The 6-foot-4 guard took to social media on Friday to try to explain in more detail how he was hurt.
    27 Jan @ 7PM

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  • Marcus Smart apologizes for injury suffered in outburst

    Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart will miss approximately two weeks after lacerating his right hand in a non-basketball incident prior to Wednesday's 113-102 win over the LA Clippers, the team announced Friday. While his teammates prepared for Saturday's game against the Golden State Warriors, Smart was apologizing to the organization and fans. Smart returned to Boston on Thursday and was evaluated by doctors Anthony Schena and Andrew Terono at New England Baptist Hospital.
    27 Jan @ 5PM

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