After the Hawks game, the Boston Celtics make roster changes.

Two players have been assigned to the G League by the Boston Celtics.

The Boston Celtics were defeated by the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night at State Farm Arena in Georiga, with a score of 120-118.


Jordan Walsh and Jaden Springer were the two players assigned by the team to the Maine Celtics (G League) after the game.


Walsh and Springer might be called up prior to the Hawks and Celtics game on Thursday, as Maine takes playing the College Park Skyhawks (the Hawks’ G League club) on Tuesday and Thursday in Atlanta.

In Monday’s defeat, Springer finished with two points, one rebound, and one block.


In 45 games for the Celtics (and 76ers) this season, he is averaging 3.2 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 38.2% from the field.


In the meanwhile, Walsh has played in six games and averages 1.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 37.5% from the field.


The former star of Arkansas did not play in the defeat on Monday.

Regarding the Celtics, they are enjoying an amazing season.


With a 57-15 record through 72 games, they are currently the top team in the NBA (as well as the first seed in the Eastern Conference) despite Monday’s defeat.


They will play the Hawks on Thursday night while still in Atlanta, then on Saturday night they will go to New Orleans to play the Pelicans.


In six games, the Celtics defeated the Hawks in the NBA playoffs’ opening round the previous season.



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