Injured Celtics forward Gordon Hayward is back on the court — and making buckets.
Hayward posted a 6-second video of himself on Instagram and it will make C’s fans very happy. In the video, Hayward takes a shot from near halfcourt — while sitting — and drains it. The 6-foot-8 forward, who fractured and dislocated his left tibia in the C’s season opener, has a long road ahead of him, but it’s sure nice to see him working on his stroke even while recovering.
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