The Celtics are in the process of putting together a day-to-day plan for Marcus Morris who has missed four of Boston’s past five games due to left knee soreness. “We’re still working on that, on a timetable,” Danny Ainge, the Celtics president of basketball operations, said on 98.5 the Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich show. “Marcus is going to be playing periodically. I don’t think he’s going to be shut down for a long period of time. I do anticipate him playing some through this process. How much that is, I’m not quite sure yet.” Morris’ has missed 14 games, which is almost as many as he has played in (16) this season. More testing will be done to get a better feel for the extent of Morris’ injury, which kept him out for the first eight games of the season.
Ainge: Morris 'going to be playing periodically'
NBC Sports Boston | Dec 15