The Boston Celtics had two players undergo successful surgery, Wednesday. 

Both Gordon Hayward and Aaron Baynes each went under the knife, following the conclusion of Boston's season.

Hayward, who severely broke his ankle just minutes into the season, successfully underwent surgery to remove the plate and screws that were put in to stabilize his fractured fibula, following the initial injury.

Hayward is expected to make a full recovery and return to basketball activities in six to eight weeks.

As for Baynes, the C's big man, who got his nose broken in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, had successful surgery to repair his nasal passage. He should be good to get back to basketball activities in two to four weeks.