Jayson Tatum is available to play for the Boston Celtics in Game 4 against the Miami Heat. However, it seems he is not at 100 percent health.

While Tatum has been given the greenlight to play and the Celtics coaching staff doesn't think his neck injury wouldn't be an issue, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports did say that the young superstar is still feeling some “minor pain.”

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Jayson Tatum was initially listed as probable in the contest because of what the team called a right cervical nerve impingement. Clearly it's not easy to heal the injury, but it doesn't look like it will bother the 24-year-old Tatum.

On the other hand, Marcus Smart has been ruled out of Game 4 because of a right ankle sprain, and based on Ime Udoka's latest comments, it's not looking good for the Celtics guard and reigning Defensive Player of the Year.

According to the Celtics coach, Smart's ankle is “pretty swollen,” which affects his movement and mobility. Sure enough, that doesn't sound good and will only raise concerns about his availability in Game 5.

The Celtics also got back Robert Williams alongside Tatum, so that is definitely good news for the team. However, hopes are high that Smart will be able to recover quickly in their attempt to extend the series against the Heat.