Good news for the Celtics and their fans (though maybe not the best news for Glen Davis' brain): Glen Davis, who suffered a concussion Wednesday night, has been cleared by doctors and will play in tonight's Game 6 against the Magic, this accordingly to CSNNE.
Multiple sources have confirmed that Glen Davis, who suffered a concussion in the Celtics' loss at Orlando on Wednesday night, will play tonight in Game Six at TD Garden.
Davis has recovered from the injury and has been cleared by the team's medical staff.
Marques Daniels though, who also was dealt a concussion in Game 5, is unlikely to play tonight: "All indications are that Daniels will in fact not suit up tonight."
By all accounts, Rasheed Wallace remains a game-time decision.