Boston Celtics

Gordon Hayward’s rehab appears to be moving along with great success.

Last night following the Celtics and Patriots games, Hayward’s wife Robyn, posted a video of the C’s forward knocking down threes from the top of the key in an undisclosed gym.

Watch Hayward Knocking Down Threes Below:

Still can’t beat me... ????????‍♀️

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Once the final verdict came out that Hayward had a fractured tibia and dislocated ankle in his left leg during the Celtics’ season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers, most “Green Teamers” had the feeling that he was done for the season.

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At this point he’s rehabbing with the intentions of returning next season, but there’s been hints at a return later this season, even though it seems highly unlikely. Granted he’s been showing tremendous progress during the process, so anything’s possible, right?

Earlier this month, the C’s All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving reflected on Hayward’s injury with ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan. “I was upset because I threw that pass,” Irving told MacMullan. “It was crowded up there. [Dwyane Wade] was on the back-side. LeBron [James] came over to help. Gordon jumped without seeing where he was landing. I wish I hadn’t thrown it. I felt really bad about it.”

Right now the Celtics are sitting atop of the East without their superstar forward, so we can only imagine what things will be like once he returns to the floor with Irving and company.

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Over the summer, the sharp-shooting forward signed a four-year max deal ($128 million) with the Celtics, reuniting with former Butler coach Brad Stevens.

Just over a week ago, Hayward posted this picture below to his Instagram celebrating Stevens’ 200th NBA win as a head coach.

UP NEXT: The Celtics (34-13) will start their West coast trip tomorrow night against the Los Angeles Lakers (17-29) at the Staples Center in L.A. Catch the call of the game with Sean Grande and Cedric Maxwell live on 98.5 The Sports Hub. Pre-game coverage begins at 10:00 p.m., with tip-off set for 10:30 p.m.

—  By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com

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