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Nick Brahms, a former four-star recruit, redshirted this season after coming off a broken fibula and torn ligaments that connected his fibula and tibia.
Since Hayward suffered a dislocated left ankle and a fractured tibia on opening night, five minutes and 11 seconds into his Celtics debut, he has been flanked by doctors, trainers, physical therapists and a sports psychologist.
Johns followed behind her and pushed away the kelp, revealing his dog's find: a tibia and fibula attached to a left human foot with a white ankle sock in a black running shoe.
Hayward, a former Brownsburg High School and Butler University star, broke his tibia and dislocated his ankle Oct. 17 in a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Quicken Loans Arena fans grimaced and winced at what was later diagnosed as a fractured tibia and a dislocated ankle by Celtics coach Brad Stevens.
Hayward, a Boston Celtics swingman, suffered a dislocated left ankle and fractured tibia in Tuesday night’s nationally televised TNT game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
After the game, Stevens, who also coached Hayward in college at Butler, clarified that the injury was a dislocated ankle and a fractured tibia, and that Hayward was being transported to Boston for more treatment.
Shooting guard Steph Curry is out indefinitely with a stress reaction in his left tibia that occurred before the season opener.
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First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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