By 3 p.m., expect Horford to declare himself relatively healthy and ready to compete in the playoffs. The man’s a bigger flip-flopper than my 1998 Teva special editions, but I think the moral of the story is this: Even if Horford plays, he won’t be anywhere close to full strength. That bodes well for the Celtics, unless Horford is simply doing this entire “I will, I won’t” charade just to keep Boston off balance during its preparation.
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