G - BOS
Javonte Green scored 10 points on 4-for-6 shooting in 20 minutes off Boston's bench on Friday, hitting 4-of-6 shots with two rebounds, two steals, and one assist as the team won by a 124-97 score.
Green minutes on the court have been inconsistent this season as he is averaging 16.0 minutes over four games but also has seven DNPs. Unless Green can find a steady role he is not worth owning in fantasy.
Javonte Green scored seven points on 3-for-5 shooting with three rebounds, one assist, and one three-pointer over 21 minutes on Tuesday as the Celtics defeated the Pacers.
Green had only played four minutes in the three games leading into Tuesday but saw extra playing time as the team went with smaller lineups against the Pacers. Green is not worth owning in fantasy leagues.
Celtics G Javonte Green left the NBA Bubble to undergo surgery on his right knee. Early reports suggest he will be able to return within two to three weeks.
Green underwent a successful arthroscopic procedure following a small meniscal tear in his right knee. He is expected to make a full recovery, and if the Celtics move forward to the Eastern Conference Finals, he has a shot at rejoining them in a few weeks.
Javonte Green (knee) is listed as questionable to play for Game 3 against Philadelphia on Friday.
Green is battling a sprain in his right knee, but after picking up a DNP-CD in Game 1 and only playing six minutes in Game 2, he is not expected to make an impact in reality or DFS.
Celtics rookie Javonte Green started in place of Gordon Hayward and delivered 23 points (8-17 FG, 3-9 3PT, 4-4 FT) with four rebounds and four turnovers across 34 minutes in Thursday's loss to the Wizards.
Green set a new career-high by scoring 23 points on 17 attempts while also hitting the most three's in a game (3) in his young career. With the Celtics starters resting, he was able to seize the moment and pace the short-handed Celtics in a narrow defeat. Green will not earn much playing time in the playoffs but should be serviceable bench depth if needed. He finishes his first season in the NBA, averaging 3.4 points, 1.9 rebounds, and 0.5 assists in 48 games for Boston this year.