NBA.com "The Boston Celtics announced today that center Vitor Faverani had successful left knee arthroscopy to repair a torn lateral meniscus at the New England Baptist Hospital. The procedure was performed by Celtics team physician Dr. Brian McKeon and was assisted by Jason Rand, PAC. Faverani will not..." March 07
CSN New England "The Celtics will be a bit short-handed when they face the Suns on Wednesday, and it has nothing to do with the upcoming trade deadline. Both Avery Bradley (ankle) and Vitor Faverani (knee) did not travel with the team for their four-game West coast trip which kicks off against the..." February 19
Stevens says Bradley and Rondo should play tonight but Rondo won't play in a back-to-back; out tomorrow. Faverani is not available tonight.
CSN New England "For the third time this season, Vitor Faverani is on the road back to the Maine Red Claws. The 6-foot-11 Celtics rookie has been assigned to Boston's D-League affiliate, where he's been putting up strong numbers. He has appeared in three games for the Red Claws and averaged 16.3 points, 12..." February 05
NBA.com "The Boston Celtics announced today that they have recalled center Vitor Faverani from their NBA Development League affiliate, the Maine Red Claws. Faverani, a 6’11” center, appeared in one game for the Red Claws while he was on assignment against the Fort Wayne Mad Ants on January 25 and..." January 26
Boston Herald "Vitor Faverani is learning quickly he’s a rookie. There will be moments like last night’s first quarter, when he heads to the bench with two quick fouls in his first three minutes. “They called two fouls. It’s the ref’s job,” said the 26-year-old Brazilian. “They call the fouls and I go to the..." December 14
Brad Stevens announces that Kelly Olynyk will get his first NBA start tonight in place of Vitor Faverani.
CSN New England "Vitor Faverani said he feels "100 percent" better after practicing with the Boston Celtics on Friday. Faverani, who had 15 points, seven rebounds and six blocked shots against Brooklyn on Wednesday, was unable to practice on Thursday because of lower back pain. The 6-foot-11 center said..." October 26
#Celtics president Danny Ainge: Vitor Faverani also suffering from bit of plants fasciitis but also working hard has skill.