As reporters slowly gathered around Jared Sullinger's locker stall, within 30 seconds he let out three separate coughs.

"I'm exhausted," he said, slowly putting on his socks before addressing the media.

But for him and the Celtics, there's no rest for the weary, not with yet another road game - this time in Atlanta - on Saturday night.

Sullinger, who had 13 points and five rebounds in Boston's 97-82 loss to Indiana on Friday, said he will play.

But it was pretty obvious that depending on how he feels tomorrow, his availability is very much in question.

He's not the only Celtics player whose status for Saturday night's game against the Hawks is uncertain.

Rookie Kelly Olynyk suffered a right ankle sprain in the second quarter on Friday, and was unable to return.

There's some swelling, and Olynyk admits he's not sure if he'll be ready to play on Saturday.

"Only time will tell, really," he said.

Olynyk has had ankle sprains before, but said he didn't think it would keep him sidelined for too long.