Should we be worried about Malcolm Brogdon’s arm injury?

If you have noticed that the Boston Celtics have not been getting much out of their Sixth Man of the Year in recent postseason games, it is not just you. Celtics reserve floor general Malcolm Brogdon is dealing with an arm injury after Game 3 where he scored 0 points.

News came out on Wednesday afternoon that Brogdon has a partially torn tendon that the Virginia alum suffered in Game 1 of Boston’s 2023 East finals series vs. the Miami Heat at TD Garden. So far since the start of the Eastern Conference finals, Brogdon has scored only 2 points in the past two games.

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The hosts of the CLNS Media “Garden Report” convened to talk about the Celtics’ big win, and how Brogdon’s injury might impact the series moving forward.

Take a look at the clip embedded above to hear what they had to say.

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