Morning sports update: Here’s a look at the Celtics’ current depth chart

Boston, MA  April 30, 2017: It was a tough start for the Boston starting five, as Washington opened the game with a 16-0 run. Gerald Green (30), Avery Bradley (0), JAe Crowder (99), Isaiah Thomas (4) and Al Horford (42) are pictured as they wait for play to resume following a timeout called by Brad Stevens in the midst of the run by Washington.The Boston Celtics hosted the Washington Wizards in Game One of their NBA Eastern Conference Semi Final playoff series at the TD Garden  (Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis)
Gerald Green (30), Avery Bradley (0), Jae Crowder (99), Isaiah Thomas (4) and Al Horford (42) wait for play to resume following a timeout called by Brad Stevens in Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals. –Jim Davis / The Boston Globe

The Kyrie Irving trade finally came to fruition, Doug Fister threw a one-hit complete game, and Dont’a Hightower returned from the PUP list at Patriots training camp.

Only four players remain from the Celtics’ 2017 Eastern Conference Finals roster:

Celtics-Cavaliers make Isaiah Thomas-Kyrie Irving blockbuster trade: Cleveland’s All-Star guard, who asked owner Dan Gilbert to trade him earlier this summer, was dealt Tuesday night to the Boston Celtics for fellow All-Star Isaiah Thomas, forward Jae Crowder, center Ante Zizic and the Brooklyn Nets’ unprotected 2018 first-round draft pick. (Boston.com, via AP)

Here’s NBA 2K18’s one-word response to its Kyrie Irving-Cavaliers cover: After news broke Tuesday night that the Cavaliers sent NBA 2K18 cover athlete Kyrie Irving to the Celtics, the video game’s Twitter account had a one-word reaction: “Whoops.” (Boston.com)

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1-hit wonder: Doug Fister allows only leadoff homer as Red Sox romp: “When you think the third pitch goes out of the ballpark and from that point on, he throws nine no-hit innings, it’s an impressive outing,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said. “This night was Doug Fister. On a night when we needed a starter to go deep, he gave it to us.” (Boston.com, via AP)

Jackie Bradley injures thumb on slide, will return to Boston for an MRI: “As I was coming around third, a few steps before home plate, I wanted to slide headfirst because I could control it,” Bradley said “I wasn’t going to slide anywhere near him, I was going to slide headfirst and just have my hand reach around, but as I was approaching I could see him gather it. He started coming to block off the plate, so I had to redirect my slide. I actually slid feet first, but I also slid to the outside part of the plate, tried to avoid the tag and then slapped my hand at the back of the plate and as I slapped the back of the plate, his glove kind of got me in the forearm and my thumb got caught with the ground and kind of bent in all directions I guess.” (WEEI)

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After hamstring injury, Mike Gillislee says he was full participant in practice: “As far as injuries, that’s something no football player in the world can control. It’s something that has been bothering me, but I’m good now,” Gillislee said of the injury that also had affected him in spring practices. (ESPN)