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Is Seth Curry playing today vs Boston Celtics?: Reports announce encouraging ankle injury update on star ahead of matchup vs Jayson Tatum and co.

Tonoy Sengupta
|Sun Mar 06 2022


Will Seth Curry feature for the Brooklyn Nets against the Boston Celtics today?

Seth Curry has been absolutely massive for the Brooklyn Nets ever since he arrived this season.

When players such as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are present, he poses as an excellent off-ball player that can get buckets. And when they’re not around, he can also turn into the playmaker when the situation calls for it, while also being able to create his own shot. Simply put, Curry is not only the perfect kind of player for the Brooklyn Nets but rather any NBA team looking to win an NBA championship.

This is exactly why fans were so worried when it was reported that Seth Curry was suffering from soreness in his left ankle, and was forced to miss 4 games because of it.

While Seth has played all 8 of the Nets’ last 8 games, he is still listed as ‘day-to-day’ on the injury report.

So, what’s the status then? Will he be available to play against the Boston Celtics today? Or will he be forced to sit yet another game out?

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Seth Curry is probable to play against the Boston Celtics

Good news, Nets fans! Your tertiary scorer and shot creator will most likely take part in this game, according to Fox Sports.

And while it may not seem like a big deal with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving being back, having a third go-to option is the most underrated positive for a team.

The Nets will be hoping that Seth Curry can provide a spark when it is needed most. And against a Celtics side that has gone 8-2 in their last 10 games, they will most definitely need it.

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Tonoy Sengupta

Tonoy Sengupta

I've always been someone surrounded by sports. At 15 though, Basketball was brought to my attention, and I absolutely fell in love with it. At 21 now, I look to share the joy I feel with the world through my articles.

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