Coach Steve Clifford said has "a lot of faith" in Anthony Tolliver and could play him more on Wednesday if the Heat go small.
Ira Winderman on Twitter
The Bobcats will probably need some help in 3-pointers to hang with Miami. One obvious connection here is how Tolliver could be a part of the solution should the Bobcats not have Al Jefferson for his normal allotment of minutes. He played just five minutes in Game 1's loss, so he's probably not going to have a huge impact tonight.
Al Jefferson (foot) arrived to American Airlines Arena in a walking boot for Wednesday's Game 2 vs. the Heat.
Michael Wallace on Twitter
He said he is going to play earlier today and there has been nothing to suggest otherwise. Jefferson is obviously going to have to play through some pain and may require some pain-killing shots like he did in Game 1's loss. If he's not close to 100 percent, the Bobcats are in big trouble. Stay tuned for an official word on his status.
Jared Sullinger (ankle) said his offseason workouts have been set back by a "badly sprained ankle."
He added he is going to have a "big-time" summer to get ready for his third season. Sullinger missed the last three games of this past season due to the ankle sprain and was still able to play 74 games this year despite some nagging injuries. He only played 45 games as a rookie due to back surgery and looks to have another chance to grow with the Celtics next year.