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Celtics' Gordon Hayward suffers left hand fracture against Spurs

USATODAY.com Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Just when Gordon Hayward looked to be back in top form, injury struck again when he fractured his left hand in a collision with LaMarcus Aldridge.
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News video: Sports Final: Why Gordon Hayward's Fractured Hand Won't Sink Celtics

Sports Final: Why Gordon Hayward's Fractured Hand Won't Sink Celtics 01:26

Celtics radio analyst Cedric Maxwell says it's unfortunate that Gordon Hayward broke his hand, but Boston's depth will step up.

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