31to6 wrote:zoyathedestroya wrote:Hayward returned to the bubble on Sunday after a couple of weeks home in Boston, but he has not been cleared to play and likely won't appear again unless the Celtics advance to the conference finals. Hayward originally planned to leave the bubble for the birth of his son sometime in September, but his wife, Robyn, posted a message on social media suggesting that now that he is back in Orlando, he's there to stay: "Next time we see you you won't be the only boy."Grade 3 sprains can often linger for months, not weeks, because they frequently entail ligament damage, swelling and mobility issues. In addition, Ainge said, Hayward's ankle sprain also damaged a nerve, leaving him in excruciating pain until it finally calmed down.
"It was pretty tough those first five, six days," Ainge said.
Ainge remains optimistic Hayward will have time to contribute.
She could have meant it like “next time we see you you won’t be the only boy because another one will be in the process of being birthed from my womb.”
Ya I said this somewhere else but it feels like a lot of people are drawing conclusion based off a social media post, which is never a good idea. He was originally planning on attending the birth, immediately after the injury that didn't seem to have changed. Maybe watching the team play well without him has changed his mind? But its the birth of your kid, I kind of doubt he's gonna miss it.