BOSTON - Bittersweet news for the Boston Celtics on Sunday morning, as the team will get the services of Keyon Dooling and Avery bradley back. However, the team has lost reserve Brandon Bass for 7-10 days, as he battles a knee injury.
Meanwhile, the Celtics caught a break as Derrick Rose (back spasms) will be out for the Bulls when they take on the Celtics at 3:30 p.m. EDT on Sunday afternoon at TD Garden (TV/Radio: ABC/WEEI). Rose missed Chicago's last game against the Charlotte Bobcats, a blowout win, and said he will try to return as soon as possible.
Bass is out for two weeks with a sore knee. Dooling is returning from a hip pointer injury while Bradley played against the Raptors with a shoulder injury despite missing the game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night.