Marcus Smart (oblique) to come off Celtics' bench in Game 4
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart is available to play on Monday in the team's playoff game against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Smart has been sidelined for weeks with the oblique injury, but he'll be able to make his return to action on Monday as the Celtics hope to even up the series.
Our models project Smart for 15.6 FanDuel points across 19.2 minutes of action.
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