BOSTON – Boston Celtics Guard Kyrie Irving said he was not worried after he had adjusted his right shoulder in Boston’s 128-100 victory over the New York Knicks .
Kyrie Irving scored 22 points before leaving the match in the last minutes that got his right shoulder. Al Horford had 1
9 points and 12 rebounds, and the Boston Celtics crossed the New York Knicks 128-100 on Thursday night. 19659005] Irving left Thursday’s match at 3:34 in the fourth quarter and the result already ended after joining. He had ice cream placed on his shoulder while watching the bench and continuing his television interview with it, but had nothing on his shoulder in the storage room and said he would be fine.
It was just a weird game at the end of the game, “said Irving. “I do not know. It’s like i got busy when I tried to take the ball out and transfer it to Marcus for a 3. It just strangled me on my shoulder. So it’s probably an AC lead or something like that. I diagnose myself myself, I’m pretty sure. I saw the doctors afterwards and they said AC joints or something that’s going on there, but that’s fine. “
Irving continued his hot shooting earlier several weeks, scoring 22 points at 9-to-15 shooting (and 3-for-6 from 3-point range). Since November 1, Irving is on average 24.8 points while shooting 50.5 percent from the field and 41.9 percent from 3.
After losing hit the little Knicks two weeks ago, Irving said he and Celtics were excited to not only execute any revenge level, but continue the momentum they have built over what is now a four-player winning line.
“We only had fun kicking people’s ass,” says Irving. “We should really should. And it should be … a race in itself, it should take the best of you. And how to take the best out of your opponent you play at a certain level where they either match it or they exceeds it or they do nothing at all and they just give up. “
Celtics center However, Aron Baynes left the game after just two minutes because of a reinforced left ankle and did not return. After the game, Baynes went out of the arena without a chance or some kind of boot and said he felt good – which was exactly what Celtics coach Brad Stevens expected him to say.
“In typical Baynes fashion, he will do 3-on-3 drill tomorrow after he makes full-rotting and runs a marathon and then he gets ready for the flight, then he plays on Saturday,” said Stevens with a smile and a tongue planted in the cheek. “But I do not know if the doctors agree with it, so we’ll see.”