BOSTON (CBS)– Romeo Langford’s rookie season is over. The Celtics guard is out for the rest of the playoffs after going through surgery on his hurt right wrist, the group revealed on Tuesday.The surgical treatment,
which was going to occur anyways when the season was over, fixed the scapholunate ligament in Langford’s wrist. He at first tore ligaments in his right wrist during the group’s regular-season ending in August, however had the ability to play through the injury. He then suffered a different adductor injury shortly after checking in to Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals versus the Miami Heat last week, and wasn’t going to be able to play with that disorder. So Langford proceeded and had his surgical treatment on Tuesday.Boston prepared Langford with the 14th general selection in the 2019 NBA Draft– the group’s highest choice. But a thumb injury (and surgical treatment )delayed the start of his novice season, and he appeared in simply 32 regular season games for the Celtics, averaging simply 11.6 minutes per game and 2.5 points on 35 percent shooting. Lanford also played in 7 video games for the Maine Red Claws in the G League, balancing 10.6 points per game.The 20-year-old saw action in seven playoff
games for Boston, balancing 6.6 minuets per tilt, consisting of a 23-minute stint in Game 2 versus the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round.