Coach Ime Udoka announced that the Celtics had listed Marcus Smart as questionable going into Tuesday’s Game 1 of the Boston-Miami series.

During his availability, Ime Udoka said Marcus Smart is questionable for Game 1 with a midfoot sprain he suffered during Game 7, & that Robert Williams won’t have any restrictions in Game 1. Udoka said before Game 7 Williams was available but he didn’t want to shift his rotation.

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Udoka said Smart suffered a midfoot sprain during their Game 7 win over the 2021 NBA champ Milwaukee Bucks. Smart has averaged 15.0 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 6.2 assists per game. He finished Game 7 with 11 points, seven rebounds, and 10 assists.

Udoka also said Robert Williams wouldn’t have any restrictions in the Eastern Conference. Williams didn’t play in Game 7 despite being available to get some minutes.

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