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Danny Ainge Suffers Heart Attack

According to WCVB-TV’s website, Celtics general manager Danny Ainge, 50, has suffered a heart attack.

Ainge did not attend Wednesday night’s season finale against the Wizards because he wasn’t feeling well. He woke up Thursday morning with chest pains and was taken to the hospital, where doctors discovered an artery that was 100% clogged.

He’ll be in the hospital for a few more days for observation and should make a full recovery. He will however miss Saturday’s playoff opener against the Bulls.

Reaction: It’s great to see that it was only a mild attack, but it still must’ve been painful and we here at Sports of Boston wish Danny the best.

I hope no one mocks his heart attack as a result of finding out about Kevin Garnett’s status, because it obviously has nothing to do with it.

Get well Danny, and go Celtics!

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