Celtics’ Jayson Tatum says sore right shoulder “feels a lot better”
Celtics in Eastern Conference finals against Miami Heat Jayson Tatum Twisted shoulders. He weathered that pain in the Finals, averaging 21.7 points but shooting just 36.7 percent from the field in that series. It’s one of a long list of things the Warriors have in the Garden to celebrate a championship.
Talk to Celtics’ Justin QuinnTatum said the shoulder has fully healed this offseason.
“Yeah, feeling better and having a lot of time off, which is what it needs. So, definitely feeling better.”
Celtics upgrade their roster with trade this offseason Malcolm Brogdon and add sharpshooter Danilo GallinariWhat’s more, a team that found their identity midway through last season — and took them to the Finals — will walk in this season knowing who they are and what they want to do.Are the Celtics better? Kevin Durant Does it exist (smart money may not).
Tatum will be healthy and ready to go.