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Carsen Edwards scored two points on 1-for-6 shooting with one rebound and one steal over 17 minutes as the Celtics lost to the Suns by a 100-91 score on Sunday.
Edwards picked up the start on Sunday but did not do much with the opportunity. The second-year guard will more than likely move back to the bench for Tuesday's game against the Jazz and should be left on the waiver wire.
Carsen Edwards scored 16 points on 5-for-8 shooting with three three-pointers, four rebounds and two assists in 30 minutes of action as the Celtics defeated the Clippers on Friday night.
Edwards got a chance for some extra playing time on Friday with Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown both out. The second year guard was hot and may get a chance for a big role on Sunday when the team faces the Suns.
Carsen Edwards scored 18 points on 7-for-10 shooting with two three-pointers, one assist, five rebounds, and one steal, with no turnovers in a 141-103 win over the Cavaliers.
Edwards took advantage of an opportunity for extra minutes on Sunday as the Celtics blew out the Cavaliers. The second-year guard could see some minutes on Monday with Kemba Walker and Payton Pritchard out and could be a good cheaper option in DFS.
Carsen Edwards (health and safety protocols) will not play in Friday’s contest against the Magic.
The Celtics will be without Jayson Tatum, Robert Williams and Edwards due to health and safety protocols. Edwards wasn’t heavily involved in the Celtics’ rotation, averaging 7.3 minutes per contest. His next chance to return will be Sunday’s contest against the Knicks.
Carsen Edwards, who was originally thought to have contact with Robert Williams III, who tested positive for COVID-19, will be available for Friday's game against the Wizards, per the Celtics.
Edwards was not a close contact trace to Williams III, which is good news for the Celtics are they are shorthanded following this COVID-10 outbreak. Grant Williams, Robert Williams III, and Tristan Thompson will all need to quarantine for a minimum of seven days now.