If the Boston Celtics meet the Toronto Rapors in a PlayOff series, the games in Canada threaten the failure of two starters. Allegedly Jaylen Brown and Al Horford are not vaccinated against the coronavirus.

This reports Chris Mannix (Sports Illustrated). This could be a problem for Boston, since since January unburdened athletes the entry to Canada is prohibited. Currently, the playoff placements in the Eastern Conference are still completely open, Boston could hit the Raptors throughout the PostSeason.

Should the Mannix report apply, the Celtics would therefore have to renounce two starters in the away games in Toronto. As a second star, Brown supplies a bear strong season next to Jayson Tatum (23.7 points, 6.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists). Horford plays a big role in the Celts, especially defensively.

Mannix, however, declared that there was still enough time for the two Celtics stars to change their minds, to vaccinate and thus be available in potential playoff games in Toronto.

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Due to the defeat at the Bucks, the Celtics (50-31) are ranked three in the east, the lead to the Sixers (49-31) rank four is only 0.5 games. The fourth place is pretty sure meeting in the first playoff round to the Raptors. Milwaukee and Miami have indicated to be completely poured out. For the Sixers lacked the night on Friday at the guest game in Toronto Edeldestiliger Matisse Thybulle, who apparently did not vaccinate.