The Portuguese says that the pain increases and decreases, but he believes that it is progressing positively
Neemias Koeta will miss the Boston Celtics’ eighth straight game. According to expert journalist Bobby Manning, who follows the Massachusetts team, the Portuguese center suffered a setback from the stress fracture he suffered while playing with the Sacramento Kings in the Summer League, and there is no specific date for his return to competition.
CLNS Media quoted Neemias as saying: “Pain comes and goes, there are ups and downs, but I definitely think we are moving in the right direction,” before continuing: “I still join my teammates in training, I try to be with them on trips. I’m just trying to Be careful. I hope the comeback will be quick in the next few days. It depends on how I feel after days of hard work. We take it day by day and see how it develops. It’s the problem. We have to be mature and able to adapt to every situation that comes our way “It will be a year full of difficulties, but at the same time I have to know how to deal with them. I’m not too worried, I try to focus on the process. I pay attention to everything, not just playing. I can see, speak, hear, and try to take advantage, whatever the circumstances.” “.
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