The Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks will both be at full strength, relatively speaking, for the first time in Game 4 of their 2012 NBA Playoffs first-round series. Celtics guard Avery Bradley was the only question mark after suffering a shoulder injury in Game 3 on Friday, but he will give it a go, according to Sherrod Blakely of CSN New England.
Bradley suffered the injury in Friday's Game 3 and did not play during key stretches in the fourth quarter and overtime. Without him, the Celtics were forced to play Mickael Pietrus more.
Bradley is one of several injured players that will be playing in Game 4. Teammate Ray Allen will play in his second straight game after missing the first two games of the series, while Hawks forward Josh Smith will return to the lineup after missing Game 3 with a strained patella ligament.
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