Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Contract details for OT Matt Tobin: 1 year, $815,000. The deal doesn't include a signing bonus. Tobin gets a base salary of $790,000, and can earn an additional $25,000 in a workout bonus. His salary-cap charge is $655,000. There is also a split salary of $458,000 in the event of injury.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

After Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum's big night against OKC — 23 points, 11 rebounds, and the assist on Marcus Morris' game-winner — Thunder forward Paul George offered gushing praise. George: "[Tatum] looks like a star. He looks like a ballplayer. ... He doesn't look like a rookie. He looks like a star in this league."

KG calls Morris' game winner (0:35)
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George excited to hear of Hayward's progress

Thunder forward Paul George, who has lent support from afar throughout Gordon Hayward's recovery from a gruesome opening-night ankle injury, said he's excited to hear about the Celtics forward's progress.

Celtics take wild one from Thunder (1:00)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Reporter: "Jayson take us through the game-winner." Tatum: "We kinda messed the play up. ... It was my fault."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Morris, after praising rookie Jayson Tatum's play, was detailing his game-winner when Tatum walked by on his way out the door. Tatum (screaming): "It was a really ideal pass. Good shot though."

Celtics rally late to beat Thunder (1:40)
Morris knocks down game-winning 3 (0:24)
Russ goes for posterizing dunk without the ball (0:19)
Tatum throws down another emphatic slam (0:17)
Tatum throws down big one-handed slam (0:24)
Woj update on Kyrie's knee injury (0:33)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Stevens on Kyrie Irving: ""He's going to get a second opinion, that's why he probably won't go on the [upcoming road] trip. … It's not new pain, by any means, it's not anything new. It's continued soreness."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics coach Brad Stevens confirms that All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving will seek a second opinion due to the lingering soreness in his left knee that has bothered Irving throughout the month.