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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The Boston Celtics announced Wednesday that rookie Jaylen Brown is questionable for Thursday's Game 5 with a right hip pointer. Jae Crowder (groin strain) and Amir Johnson (shoulder sprain) are both probable.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks workout today included Iowa State's Deonte Burton, Kentucky's Bam Adebayo, Purdue's Caleb Swanigan and LSU's Antonio Blakeney today, ESPN has learned. Kentucky's Hamidou Diallo was supposed to work out but pulled out. Diallo is reportedly deciding on whether or not to stay in the draft. One detail from the workout: Burton, who scouts see as having the upside of a Jae Crowder-type defender, said that he felt very comfortable in the Knicks' triangle offense and the free-flow setting of the offense.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lakers have announced the hiring of former personal trainer Gunnar Peterson, who has worked with professional athletes across many sports, as their Director of Strength and Endurance Training, a new position. "From his time in college at Duke University until now, Gunnar has pursued excellence in training and fitness," Lakers General Manager Rob Pelinka said in a news release. "Gunnar is a true pioneer and visionary at his craft, and will bring a new mentality to our weight room which we are all very excited about. Since Magic [Johnson] and I have worked with Gunnar in the past, we have a strong relationship." The team's previous head strength and conditioning coach, Tim DiFrancesco, recently resigned after six seasons with the team.