Celtics guard Kyrie Irving underwent an MRI on Sunday at New England Baptist Hospital and was diagnosed with a strained right knee, according to the team's Twitter account.
Irving's status is currently day-to-day.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted out that Irving's strain "isn't serious":
The six-time All-Star suffered the injury on this play in Saturday's disastrous loss to the Clippers:
Surely enough, the Celtics will hope their star player will be feeling good enough to play tomorrow night against the 76ers, who currently leads Boston by one full game in the Eastern Conference.