Danny Ainge will continue his role as the Boston Celtics president of basketball operations despite suffering a mild heart attack on April 30th in Milwaukee.

Austin Ainge said his father was looking forward to the Celtics offseason.

“His doctors say he’s got a great prognosis. It’s one of those issues that it’s scary in the moment, but they found it and fixed it, and he feels good. He’s doing great. He really is. He’s been back to pretty much life as normal. He’s been at the office. He’s been at a few draft workouts. He’s talked with Brad [Stevens]. He did exit interviews with the players. So pretty much life as normal," said Ainge.