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The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis

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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#141 » by Green89 » Thu Oct 22, 2020 12:02 pm

https://www.masslive.com/celtics/2020/10/boston-celtics-center-daniel-theis-has-surgery-on-left-knee.html

Not sure how they can say he won't miss camp when no camp dates are even set yet. Hopefully, this has no future issues.
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#142 » by ConstableGeneva » Thu Oct 22, 2020 12:12 pm

Green89 wrote:https://www.masslive.com/celtics/2020/10/boston-celtics-center-daniel-theis-has-surgery-on-left-knee.html

Not sure how they can say he won't miss camp when no camp dates are even set yet. Hopefully, this has no future issues.

Seems like a common procedure among NBA players. Recovery usually within 6 weeks. New season unlikely to start until 2021.
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#143 » by Green89 » Sat Oct 24, 2020 1:24 am

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Green89 wrote:https://www.masslive.com/celtics/2020/10/boston-celtics-center-daniel-theis-has-surgery-on-left-knee.html

Not sure how they can say he won't miss camp when no camp dates are even set yet. Hopefully, this has no future issues.

Seems like a common procedure among NBA players. Recovery usually within 6 weeks. New season unlikely to start until 2021.


NBA is targeting December 22nd to start the season, which is 8 1/2 weeks away. If that's the case, camp and preseason games are probably starting up in about 4 weeks from now. A 6 week recovery makes him miss the start of camp.
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#144 » by ConstableGeneva » Sat Oct 24, 2020 1:31 am

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Green89 wrote:https://www.masslive.com/celtics/2020/10/boston-celtics-center-daniel-theis-has-surgery-on-left-knee.html

Not sure how they can say he won't miss camp when no camp dates are even set yet. Hopefully, this has no future issues.

Seems like a common procedure among NBA players. Recovery usually within 6 weeks. New season unlikely to start until 2021.


NBA is targeting December 22nd to start the season, which is 8 1/2 weeks away. If that's the case, camp and preseason games are probably starting up in about 4 weeks from now. A 6 week recovery makes him miss the start of camp.

Yeah, that December 22 news came out prior to my post. Prior to that, the target date was MLK Day, mid-January. This changes things. He likely misses start of camp, which is first week of December.

Everything's fluid right now though.
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#145 » by Green89 » Sat Oct 24, 2020 1:36 am

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ConstableGeneva wrote:Seems like a common procedure among NBA players. Recovery usually within 6 weeks. New season unlikely to start until 2021.


NBA is targeting December 22nd to start the season, which is 8 1/2 weeks away. If that's the case, camp and preseason games are probably starting up in about 4 weeks from now. A 6 week recovery makes him miss the start of camp.

Yeah, that December 22 news came out prior to my post. Prior to that, the target date was MLK Day, mid-January. This changes things. He likely misses start of camp, which is first week of December.

Everything's fluid right now though.


I think they realized there was a $500 million dollar difference in starting before Xmas as opposed to January. I don't know if that's taking into account them banking on having fans in the stands by Xmas?
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#146 » by ConstableGeneva » Sat Oct 24, 2020 1:49 am

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NBA is targeting December 22nd to start the season, which is 8 1/2 weeks away. If that's the case, camp and preseason games are probably starting up in about 4 weeks from now. A 6 week recovery makes him miss the start of camp.

Yeah, that December 22 news came out prior to my post. Prior to that, the target date was MLK Day, mid-January. This changes things. He likely misses start of camp, which is first week of December.

Everything's fluid right now though.


I think they realized there was a $500 million dollar difference in starting before Xmas as opposed to January. I don't know if that's taking into account them banking on having fans in the stands by Xmas?

I think they realized they won't be able to admit fans for a long while the way it's going (USA just hit their single-day record for COVID cases). No point in waiting. The Christmas money helps. So maybe the goal is get as much as they can for 2020-21 even without the fans (maybe come playoffs, there will be). Then just have a full, normal 2021-22 season.
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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

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Re: The Silent Hero/A Tribute To Daniel Theis 

Post#148 » by Parliament10 » Sat Nov 14, 2020 2:50 am

Theis is a gutsy player. He filled in for us, as a Starter. -- I'd love to keep again (off the Bench) into 2020-21.
He's got a Non-Guaranteed (at $5M) that Celtics would be stupid to not pick up.
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