The Boston Celtics will boast their full array of guards for the first time this season on Wednesday, when Marcus Smart comes back from a left ankle injury against the Chicago Bulls, according to the team's Twitter account.

Smart has had a history of injuries, dating back to his 2014 rookie season. He's been plagued with leg and ankle issues for the better part of his two-seasons-and-change with the team.

The 6-foot-4 guard is a ball hawk on defense, averaging 1.5 steals per game last season to go with 9.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and three assists per game.

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His percentages from the floor are poor (34.8 percent from the floor and 25.3 percent from deep), hence why he hasn't garnered much playing time under coach Brad Stevens.

Marcus Smart should see around 27 minutes per game behind Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley as a multi-positional guard off the bench.