Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, two of the Boston Celtics’ stars, can now participate in workouts without any restrictions.

As reported by Chris Forsberg of ESPN, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge shared that the two stars are up and ready for training camp and the regular season:

“I don’t want to hype it up too much, but I’m saying that if our training camp were starting today that they would be here today going full speed,” Ainge said. “It’s not like they need an extra month. I think that they know they have an extra month, so they are sort of pacing themselves. They’re playing as if to build up to that opening day of training camp [Sept. 26].”

Hayward will be returning to action after a freak injury ended his season last year on opening night against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Irving, meanwhile, dealt with a spate of injuries and complications involving his knee.

Ainge shared that by Labor Day, September 3, Hayward and Irving will be playing some 5-on-5 drills with the rest of the team. But as of now, they are already dunking, playing one-on-one, actively using both of their legs, and defending.

Despite the good news, Ainge remained cautious. He still acknowledges the adjustment period that Irving and Hayward have to undergo from recovering from an injury to playing NBA basketball.

“Obviously, there’s a transition from rehabbing to playing one-on-one to playing 3-on-3 to 5-on-5 and then playing NBA basketball, so I don’t want to build up expectations too high. I think there will be a little bit of an adjustment once that last phase is made.”