Marcus Smart Stats
- Height / Weight
- 76 / 220 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/6/1994 (28)
- Oklahoma State
Marcus Smart Last 10 Games
Marcus Smart News
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart (ankle) won't play during Monday's postseason matchup versus the Miami Heat. He injured his right ankle in Game 3, and while he did finish the game, it seems it's bothering him more than it was. Derrick White, who averaged 14.4 points, 5.6 assists, 3.7 rebounds, and 1.0 steals, will take his place. Unquestionably, White will be a popular value option in all DFS formats.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart (ankle) is questionable ahead of Monday's playoff meeting against the Miami Heat. The Defensive Player of the Year sustained a painful right ankle sprain during Saturday's loss. Yet, despite Smart's eventual return in that one, he now finds himself back on the injury report. Nonetheless, head coach Ime Udoka didn't seem concerned about Smart's availability for Game 4. However, if he's out, Derrick White and Payton Pritchard would get more minutes.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart finished with 16 points, seven assists, and four boards during the playoff loss to Miami on Saturday evening. However, he exited briefly after rolling his right ankle in the third quarter, which wasn't a pleasant sight for Boston fans. Fortunately, there was a collective sigh of relief at TD Garden when he came back out through the tunnel and back to the floor. Nonetheless, head coach Ime Udoka doesn't expect Smart to miss any time moving forward. Still, DFS managers should monitor the veteran's status ahead of Game 4 on Monday night, as he will likely appear on the injury report.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart put together an outstanding performance during Thursday's Game 2 against the Miami Heat. Smart came into this contest a little banged up with a right foot sprain. However, the injury didn't seem to bother Smart as he almost posted a triple-double in the victory. He finished with 24 points, 12 assists, and nine rebounds in 40 minutes of action. Smart helped his team tie up the series at 1-1 after missing Game 1 due to injury. Fantasy managers should expect Smart to continue playing well heading into Game 3.