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This August the skeletal reconstruction of a Harlan Ground Sloth was installed complete with a recent find at the park, a tibia of a Harlan Ground Sloth.
Hayward suffered a dislocated left ankle and fractured left tibia in the first quarter against the Cavaliers on Tuesday.
The team’s diagnosis was a dislocated left ankle and fractured tibia, Boston coach Brad Stevens said after the game, which the Celtics also lost.
Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome dislocated left ankle and fractured tibia in the first quarter of the Celtics opening game in Cleveland.
After Celtics forward Gordon Hayward suffered a dislocated ankle and fractured tibia in the first quarter, members of the Cavaliers showed their support on the court.
On Tuesday, Gordon Hayward, a key off-season signing for the Celtics, fractured a tibia and dislocated an ankle.
He was later diagnosed with knee ligament damage and two fractures of his left tibia.
The procedure was primarily to fix the syndesmotic ligament that holds the fibula (smaller bone in ankle) to the tibia (larger bone).
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First Known Use: circa 1706See Words from the same year
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