Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers spoke to Boston radio station WEEI on Thursday morning and maintained a wait-and-see approach in regards to Kevin Garnett's injury.
According to the CelticsBlog, Rivers didn't have much detailed information about Garnett's right calf injury, but is expecting more information as the day progresses:
"I think he'll do an MRI. We do think it's muscle-related, we don't think it has anything to do with the knee, but we don't know. So we're just going to wait and see."
Garnett's right knee is of a concern to the Celtics coach, given that he hyperextended it at this time last year and had surgery on it in May 2009.