Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward detailed the reasons for his May surgery to remove hardware from his ankle and said he plans to be full-go for the start of the 2018-19 season in a post to his personal blog on Monday.
In an entry entitled, “Won’t Be Long Now,” Hayward detailed how lingering pain in his surgically repaired left ankle spurred a decision to have the follow-up surgery but stressed how he plans to be playing full-court, 5-on-5 basketball again by the end of July.
Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN
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