Irving out for Celtics with possible concussion
Kyrie Irving was being monitored for a possible concussion after the Boston Celtics star suffered a head injury.
Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving was knocked out of Friday's game against the Charlotte Hornets in the first half with a head injury.
The team announced that Irving, who played just two minutes, would not return and was being monitored for a possible concussion.
Irving caught a elbow from Celtics team-mate Aron Baynes.
The Celtics have suffered a number of injuries so far this season. Center Al Horford missed Friday's game with a concussion and Gordon Hayward was lost for the season in the first quarter of the season's first game.
#NEBHInjuryReport: Kyrie Irving is out for the remainder of tonight’s game against Charlotte due to a blow to the head and he is being monitored for possible concussion symptoms.— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 11, 2017
Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier will carry the load at point for the Celtics while Irving is out.