Scalene muscle strain could leave Boston Celtics star on the sidelines for 1-2 weeks

The Celtics have lost their first two games of the season, and it looks like it might be the end of Boston’s season, as it has been announced that Isaiah Thomas and the team have suffered an injury in the team’s loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Thomas will miss a week with a strained groin.

The injury happened when Atlanta’s Jeff Teague hit Thomas with a three-pointer.

It is not clear if Teague will be out for more than two weeks, or if he will be able to play at all this week.

Thomas, the Celtics second-leading scorer, is the Celtics’ leading scorer in their first four games, and is averaging 23.8 points per game on 48.6 percent shooting from the field.

The Celtics are also shooting a season-high 41.2 percent from the free throw line.

Thomas is averaging 21.8 rebounds per game this season, but he is shooting 34.9 percent from behind the arc this season.