Jayson Tatum won't play on Sunday against the Cavaliers due to COVID-19.
Tatum hasn't played since January 8th after testing positive for COVID-19. On Wednesday, Brad Stevens said there was a 50/50 chance he'd play on Friday (which he didn't), so Tatum's likely to return sometime soon. Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker, and Marcus Smart will continue to do the heavy-lifting for Boston until he's back. 5:50 pm (EST)
- Jayson Tatum won't play on Friday against the Sixers as he continues to recover from COVID-19.
- Jayson Tatum took part in an individual workout in Boston on Thursday, but no decision has been made regarding his status for Friday's game against the 76ers.
- Brad Stevens says Jayson Tatum will be back on the court practicing in Boston on Wednesday, and there's a 50/50 chance he'll play on Friday against the Sixers. All Jayson Tatum News
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