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Gordon Hayward Now Able to Get Up Shots from Three

After a devastating leg injury to start the season in October, Hayward is already able to work on his game again.

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From usatoday.com:

"The Patriots heading back to the Super Bowl isn't the only very exciting thing going on in Boston.

Gordon Hayward, according to an Instagram post from his wife, is shooting hoops.

Still can’t beat me... ‍♀️

A post shared by Robyn Hayward (@robynmhayward) on

This isn't the first time he's been seen putting up shots: Last week, Hayward was seen doing some light shooting at practice.

Via ESPN:

"[Hayward has] been doing his consistent workouts," Brad Stevens said Tuesday before the Celtics' game against the New Orleans Pelicans. "He's consistently got his routine with regard to his rehab. He's doing some spot shooting. Very, very light.

"The other day I had him shoot a free throw in practice to determine whether we'd do the last drill or not. And he made it, so we didn't do it. He's doing all that he can right now."

Yeah, it's not the best that the rich only keep getting richer in Boston with the Pats returning to another Super Bowl, but if you can put your Brady hate aside for a second, this is great news coming out of the New England area. 

Gordon Hayward is a Hoosier and always will be. 

Good to see that the local product superstar is getting back into form after that nasty, nasty injury in October. 

 

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