Romeo Langford Makes His Celtics Return

    Romeo Langford made his long-awaited season debut after rehabbing from surgery and battling COVID. The Garden Report weighs in on his stint.


    Garden Report discusses the long-awaited season debut of Romeo Langford, who has been out all season due to a right wrist injury that had him undergo surgery, then COVID-19 protocol and conditioning issues added to that. In his return versus the Hornets, Langford played 12 minutes, hit 1 three-pointer, and provided good defense. The 2019 14th draft pick shared postgame that he is still feeling the effects of COVID-19 as he tries to get reacclimated with the team. Head Coach Brad Stevens says Langford had a solid game, as starting Point Guard, Kemba Walker calls him an “important piece” to the team.