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WALTHAM — It’s reached the point where Celtics coach Brad Stevens is discussing injuries more than the next opponent or team strategies.
Before the Celtics practiced at their facility Friday, the first-year coach offered a full medical report, the most stunning news being a significant knee injury to Gerald Wallace that will cost the forward the rest of the season.
Stevens said Wallace has a torn meniscus, an injury that generally takes six weeks to heal after surgery, and well as bone spurs in his ankle. Wallace, 31, will discuss his options with the Celtics medical staff before deciding on a surgery date.