Celtics F Hayward has resumed running after second surgery

Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward recently resumed running after his second ankle surgery, Boston president of operations Danny Ainge said.Ainge said the latest procedure was to remove a plate and screws from Hayward’s left ankle. Hayward broke the ankle on Oct. 17 prior to undergoing the first surgery.Ainge said Hayward and his family left Boston over the weekend to spend time at their home in San Diego.”Before he left, he was running out on the basketball court,” Ainge told the Boston Globe. “He was back to resuming basketball activities. It feels great.”Hayward broke the ankle in the first quarter of the season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers. His recovery was progressing until he felt soreness in the ankle.The complications led to the second surgery in late May.

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