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Washington Wizards (43-38, 21-19 road) at Boston Celtics (25-56, 16-24 home)

TD Garden at 8:00 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Ed Malloy, John Goble, Scott Twardoski 

Line: Washington -7.5 (199)

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Boston Celtics (23-54, 8-30 road) at Atlanta Hawks (34-43, 22-16 home)

Philips Arena, 7:30 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Danny Crawford, Brent Barnaky, Tony Brown  

Line: Hawks -7.5 (203.5)

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The Celtics have dropped eight straight games, most recently a 115-111 defeat in Detroit on Saturday.  Atlanta is also coming off of a loss to the Pistons, falling at home last night, 102-95.  The Hawks have won two of the three previous matchups with Boston this season; 94-87 in Atlanta on November 23, and 92-91 on the road December 31.  The Celtics took a 115-104 victory in Boston on February 26. 

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Avery Bradley

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Jared Sullinger

 

Atlanta Hawks:

PG: Jeff Teague

SG: Kyle Korver

SF: DeMarre Carroll

PF: Paul Milsap

C: Pero Antic

INJURIES

Avery Bradley, PROB (Achilles)

Jared Sullinger, PROB (Quadricep)

Kris Humphries, OUT (Knee)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

Louis Williams, DOUB (Hamstring)

Gustavo Ayon, OUT (Shoulder)

John Jenkins, OUT (Back)

Al Horford, OUT (Pectoral)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

The Hawks are in a tight playoff race: With just five games remaining, they have a 1.5-game lead over the Knicks (33-45) for the Eastern Conference's 8th and final spot. Boston's starting backcourt is ready to go: Rajon Rondo rested his knee on the second night of back-to-backs in Detroit, and Avery Bradley has missed the last 3.5 games with a strained Achilles (in the same ankle that has troubled him all season).  Both are expected to start tonight. Danny Ainge and Chris Herren in the broadcast booth: The Celtics general manager, and former player Herren will join play-by-play man Mike Gorman tonight as color-commentators for CSNNE. 

NOTES

Boston has lost 12 consecutive road games, just one shy of the team-record 13 set in 1979. Kris Humphries did not make the trip to Atlanta, and was scheduled to get an MRI on his right knee Wednesday.

PREDICTION

A Hawks' win would be enormous for their postseason chances, but the same could have been said yesterday when they blew a huge opportunity on their home floor against the lowly Pistons.  The Celtics are tired of this losing streak, and I expect Bradley and Rondo to play well together in their return.

Boston Celtics 103, Atlanta Hawks 96

 

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Boston Celtics (23-51, 8-28 road) at Washington Wizards (38-36, 19-17 home)

Verizon Center, 7:00 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Marc Davis, Ben Taylor, Gary Zielinski  

Line: Wizards -8 (199)

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The Celtics have dropped five straight games, most recently a home and home matchup with the Bulls on Sunday and Monday.  The Wizards are coming off a six-point loss in Charlotte on Monday as well.  The two clubs have split a pair of earlier meetings this season, with Washington winning 106-99 in Boston on December 21, and the Celtics returning the favor 113-111 in overtime in D.C. on January 22.

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Jerryd Bayless

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

 

Washington Wizards:

PG: John Wall

SG: Bradley Beal

SF: Trevor Ariza

PF: Trevor Booker

C: Marcin Gortat

INJURIES

Avery Bradley, DOUB (Achilles)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

Nene Hilario, OUT (Knee)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

The Wiz can clinch a playoff spot: It's not very exciting for Celtics fans, but it does give this evening's contest some meaning.  Washington hasn't qualified for the postseason since 2008. Jeff Green's homecoming: A product of Georgetown University and a native of the D.C. area, Green posted a season-high 39 points (shooting 8-16 on three-pointers) to go along with 9 rebounds in Boston's last visit. Will Avery Bradley play?: Bradley left Monday's game at halftime due to a sore Achilles; the same troublesome right ankle that has forced him to miss 19 games already this year.  His status for tonight is up in the air. 

NOTES

The Celtics have dropped 10 straight road games. Boston has won their last 6 meetings with the Wizards when Rajon Rondo is in the lineup, and 8 of the last 9 vs Washington overall.

PREDICTION

The Wizards should be highly motivated tonight with the chance to wrap a postseason berth in front of their home crowd.  But after sitting out the Celtics last contest vs the Bulls, I expect a well-rested Rondo to have a great game.  In particular he enjoys playing against other elite point guards, and will be very eager to out-duel John Wall.

Boston Celtics 96, Washington Wizards 91

 

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Boston Celtics (23-50, 8-27 road) at Chicago Bulls (41-32, 23-14 home)

United Center, 8:00 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Ron Garretson, Brian Forte, JT Orr  

Line: Bulls -9.5 (184.5)

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These two teams squared off in Boston last night, with the Bulls hanging on for a 107-102 victory, the 4th straight loss for the Celtics.  Chicago also won the season's earlier matchup, 94-82 at the TD Garden on January 2.

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Avery Bradley

SG: Jerryd Bayless

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

 

Chicago Bulls:

PG: Kirk Hinrich

SG: Jimmy Butler

SF: Mike Dunleavy

PF: Carlos Boozer

C: Joakim Noah

INJURIES

Rajon Rondo, OUT (Rest)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

Derrick Rose, OUT (Knee)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Rondo the broadcaster: As the Celtics are playing a second game in back-to-back nights, Rajon Rondo will be resting his surgically repaired knee.  For tonight's contest Rondo has agreed to sit in with play-by-play man Mike Gorman and do some color commentary for CSNNE. Playoff elimination party: It's been a while since anybody mentioned the word "playoffs" in regards to Boston, but for the time being the Celtics are still officially alive for the postseason.  That could end this evening however, if the C's loose and either the Hawks or Knicks win. DJ Augustin's encore?: Yesterday the Bulls' reserve point guard scored a career-high 33 points on 10-14 shooting; including 3-4 from behind the arc and 10-10 at the free throw line.

NOTES

Chicago looks to sweep the season series from Boston for the first time since 2006-2007.  The Bulls have also won 7 of the last 8 vs. the Celtics at the United Center. Joakim Noah has posted double-doubles in each of the past six meetings with Boston, averaging 13.7 points, 12 rebounds, and 6.8 assists.

PREDICTION

With both clubs travelling back to Chicago last night, I  expect a much different type of game than the high scoring affair we saw in Boston yesterday.  I see the Bulls winning despite a sloppy performance, with poor shooting by each team.

Chicago Bulls 84, Boston Celtics 76

 

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Toronto Raptors (39-31, 18-17 road) at Boston Celtics (23-47, 15-21 home)

TD Garden at 7:30 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Joe Crawford, Dick Bavetta, Courtney Kirkland 

Line: Toronto -3 (195)

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The Celtics haven't played since a 114-98 loss in Brooklyn last Friday.  On the other hand, the Raptors are coming off a tough 102-100 defeat in Cleveland last night.  The teams have split a pair of meetings so far this season, with each club winning on its own home floor; 93-87 in the season opener in Toronto Oct. 30, and 88-83 in Boston on Jan. 15.

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Toronto Raptors:

PG: Kyle Lowry

SG: DeMar DeRozan

SF: Terrence Ross

PF: Amir Johnson

C: Jonas Valanciunas

 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Avery Bradley

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

INJURIES

 

Patrick Patterson, OUT (Elbow)

 

Vitor Faverani, QUES (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

The Atlantic Division race: Toronto has led the division handily since taking over first place from the Celtics in late December.  At 37-32 the Nets are now just 1.5 games back, and closing in fast. Rondo/Bradley backcourt: After missing significant time with injuries, both Celtic guards are finally healthy.  In their last two games together Rajon Rondo has dished out a combined 27 assists, while Avery Bradley has scored a total of 51 points.

NOTES

The Raptors have lost 11 straight games in Boston, and 20 of their last 22 at the TD Garden. Despite 72 assists and only 10 turnovers in his last six outings, Rondo is also averaging just nine points per game on 29.9% shooting during that span. 

PREDICTION

The Celtics are playing at home with four days rest, while the Raptors are on the second night of road back-to-backs.  Even though just about all C's fans are hoping for losses at this point, I don't see Boston letting Toronto have this one.

Boston Celtics 104, Toronto Raptors 94

 

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Boston Celtics (22-45, 8-24 road) at Dallas Mavericks (40-27, 21-10 home)

American Airlines Center, 8:30 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Mike Callahan, Sean Corbin, Scott Twardoski  

Line: Mavericks -12 (202.5)

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The Celtics have lost four straight, including a 121-120 overtime decision in New Orleans yesterday.  The Mavericks are coming off of a very impressive 109-86 victory over the Thunder in Oklahoma City last night.  Dallas won the only other meeting of the season between these two teams, 102-91 in Boston on February 9.

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Avery Bradley

SG: Jerryd Bayless

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

 

Dallas Mavericks:

PG: Jose Calderon

SG: Monta Ellis

SF: Shawn Marion

PF: Dirk Nowitzki

C: Samuel Dalembert

INJURIES

Rajon Rondo, OUT (Rest)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

Gal Mekel, OUT (Knee)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Last chance for a win out West: The Celtics are 0-14 so far this year on the road vs Western Conference opponents.  Tonight is their final opportunity of the season to get a W under those circumstances. Avery Bradley back in the starting lineup: With Rajon Rondo resting on the second night of back-to-back games, C's coach Brad Stevens has announced that he intends to return Bradley to the starting lineup for the first time since February 9, oddly enough also vs Dallas. The Mavs are fighting for their playoff lives: With 15 games remaining the Mavericks are battling Memphis and Phoenix for the final two playoff spots in the West.  Dallas is currently in 7th, but the 9th place Suns are just 1.5 games behind. 

NOTES

The Mavericks are looking to sweep the season series from the Celtics for the third time in four years, and have won six of their last seven overall vs Boston. Jeff Green matched his season high with 39 points last night, including going 3-3 at the free throw line to tie the game in the final seconds of regulation.

PREDICTION

Missing Rondo and on the second night of road back to backs, this looks to be an easy loss for the Celtics.  But it's games like this that they often surprise us, and I have a strange feeling that they are going to pull off the upset tonight in Dallas.  I think it's important to Brad Stevens and his guys not to finish the season 0-15 in road games vs the West.

Boston Celtics 100, Dallas Mavericks 98

 

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Boston Celtics (22-41, 8-22 road) at Indiana Pacers (46-17, 29-4 home)

Bankers Life Fieldhouse, 7:00 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Bill Spooner, Marat Kogut, Sean Wright  

Line: Pacers -11.5 (194)

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The Celtics are in the midst of their first winning streak in a month, having knocked off Brooklyn last Friday and Detroit on Sunday, 118-111.  Meanwhile the Pacers have lost four in a row for the first time all year, most recently a 105-94 defeat in Dallas Sunday night.  Indiana won all three previous matchups between these two teams this season, although the Celtics came close in Boston 10 days ago, falling 102-97. 

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Jerryd Bayless

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

 

Indiana Pacers:

PG: George Hill

SG: Lance Stephenson

SF: Paul George

PF: David West

C: Roy Hibbert

INJURIES

Avery Bradley, OUT (Ankle)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

Andrew Bynum, PROB (Knee)

Ian Mahinmi, QUES (Ribs)

C.J. Watson, OUT (Elbow)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Shocking upset in the making?: Before their current four-game losing streak the Pacers had only dropped consecutive games once all season.  The Celtics are playing their best basketball since Rajon Rondo's return, and gave Indiana all they could handle in Boston on March 1.  And don't forget Boston did win on the road already this season vs the Eastern Conference's other top team, Miami. The Pacers debut of Andrew Bynum: After being let go by Philadelphia last summer, then Cleveland and Chicago this season, Indiana snatched up Bynum possibly just so Miami couldn't.  He hasn't played a game in three months, but Pacers coach Frank Vogel says Bynum will take the floor tonight. Rajon Rondo and the C's assist/turnover ratio: On Friday Boston beat Brooklyn despite turning the ball over a season-high 28 times.  Strangely enough the Celtics followed that up with a season-low 7 TOs against the Pistons, while also recording a season-best 38 assists.  Rondo himself posted 18 assists and 0 turnovers, something no NBA player had done in since 2009, when Rondo also did it in a playoff game vs the Bulls.

NOTES

The Pacers have given up an NBA-low 92.2 PPG this season, but they allowed their opponents to average 108.7 points during their just completed 0-3 road trip.  Indiana hasn't swept the season series from Boston since 1998-1999.

PREDICTION

The Celtics are hot and the Pacers not.  And given how close the game was a week and a half ago, I am tempted to pick Boston to pull the upset.  But instead I'm going to go the other way: Indiana is fed up with losing, and what better way to bust out of a slump than to return home against a team with one of the worst records in the league.

Indiana Pacers 99, Boston Celtics 83

 

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Golden State Warriors (37-24, 19-14 road) at Boston Celtics (20-40, 12-18 home)

TD Garden at 7:30 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Rodney Mott, Derrick Collins, Eric Dalen 

Line: Golden State -5 (201.5)

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The Celtics are coming off of a tough hard fought loss to the NBA best Indiana Pacers, 102-97 in Boston on Saturday.  Meanwhile the Warriors won a similarly close game against the Pacers in Indiana last night, with Klay Thompson hitting the go ahead jumper with just 0.6 seconds remaining to give them a 98-96 victory.  Golden State took the previous matchup with Boston this season, 99-97 at home on January 10th. 

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Golden State Warriors:

PG: Stephen Curry

SG: Clay Thompson

SF: Andre Iguodala

PF: David Lee

C: Andrew Bogut

 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Jerryd Bayless

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

INJURIES

Andre Iguodala, QUES (Finger)

Nemanja Nedovic, OUT (Hamstring)

Festus Ezeli, OUT (Knee)

 

Kelly Olynyk, PROB (Toe)

Avery Bradley, QUES (Ankle)

Vitor Faverani, QUES (Knee)

Gerald Wallace, OUT (Knee)

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Jordan Crawford is back: The C's will get their first look at their former teammate since he was dealt to the Warriors in mid-January.  Crawford is averaging 7.2 points and 1.8 assists in 16.1 minutes per game off the bench for Golden State. The Warriors are fun!: As an unspectacular season begins to wind down for the Celtics, sometimes the opponents may be the more interesting draw.  In this case Steph Curry is the best shooter in the game today, averaging 24 points and 3.4 three-pointers per night, while hitting 42% from long range. Rajon Rondo's assists: In 2011-2012 Rondo put together a historic 37-game streak dishing out 10 or more assists, tied for the second longest in league history.  While still in the very modest stages, the Boston point guard has achieved that mark in his last five outings.

NOTES

The Celtics look to get Kelly Olynyk back tonight after missing the last two games with a sprained toe. The Warriors have an NBA-best 13-5 road record since December 23rd.

PREDICTION

Despite the losses piling up, the C's still seem to be giving solid efforts on a regular basis.  Golden State may be a little weary after travelling from Indiana last night, whereas Boston has had three days at home to rest.  I expect a close game with the Celtics probably leading much of the way, but the Warriors pulling it out in the end.

Golden State Warriors 103, Boston Celtics 100

 

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Wednesday, 26 February 2014 20:52

Game Preview: Atlanta Hawks at Boston Celtics

Atlanta Hawks (26-30, 9-19 road) at Boston Celtics (19-39, 11-17 home)

TD Garden at 7:30 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Bill Spooner, Eric Lewis, JT Orr 

Line: Boston -3 (203)

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The Celtics have dropped five straight games, most recently a 110-98 defeat in Utah on Monday.  The Hawks are coming off a 107-103 home loss to Chicago last night.  The two teams have split a pair of decisions so far this season, with each club winning on the other's home floor; 94-87 Celtics in Atlanta on November 23, and 92-91 Hawks in Boston on New Year's Eve.   

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Atlanta Hawks:

PG: Jeff Teague

SG: Shelvin Mack

SF: Kyle Korver

PF: DeMarre Carroll

C: Elton Brand

 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Gerald Wallace

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Brandon Bass

C: Kris Humphries

INJURIES

Paul Milsap, QUES (Knee)

Al Horford, OUT (Pectoral)

John Jenkins, OUT (Back)

Gustavo Ayon, OUT (Shoulder)

Pero Antic, OUT (Ankle)

 

Avery Bradley, QUES (Ankle)

Jared Sullinger, QUES (Concussion)

Vitor Faverani, QUES (Knee)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

A Win-Win for draft purposes: The Celtics own the rights to Brooklyn's first round pick this year, but the Hawks (26-30) have the option to swap with the Nets (26-28) first.  Both a win or a loss tonight could help Boston's potential draft position.  "Return of the Mack": 1990's pop music references aside, Shelvin Mack played for Celtics coach Brad Stevens at Butler, and then for Boston's D-League affiliate Maine Red Claws.  With Atlanta battling numerous injuries, Mack has worked his way into the Hawks' starting lineup the past three games. Rajon Rondo's home three-point shooting: Rondo set new career highs for three-pointers made in each of his last two outings at the TD Garden; three vs Dallas on Feb. 9, and four against San Antonio on Feb. 12. 

NOTES

Avery Bradley will miss his seventh straight game tonight with a sprained ankle, and Jared Sullinger will be held out for a third consecutive contest recovering from a mild concussion. The Celtics have allowed opponents to average 104 PPG during their five-game losing streak.

PREDICTION

Atlanta is playing on the road in the second night of back-to-backs, and fell just short after a solid effort vs the Bulls yesterday.  The Celtics are home again for the first time since the All-Star break, and will be hungry to bust out of their losing streak.  Signs point towards a Boston victory.   

Boston Celtics 101, Atlanta Hawks 92

 

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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 18:16

Game Preview: Boston Celtics at Phoenix Suns

Boston Celtics (19-35, 8-18 road) at Phoenix Suns (31-21, 17-9 home)

US Airways Center, 9:00 pm on CSNNE

Officials: Rodney Mott, Kane Fitzgerald, James Williams 

Line: Suns -6 (204.5)

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Tonight is the first game back following the All-Star break for the Celtics, who last took the floor a week ago in a 104-92 home loss to San Antonio.  Phoenix is coming off of a 112-107 win in Denver last night.  This will be the first meeting of the season between the two clubs.

 

PROBABLE STARTERS 

Boston Celtics:

PG: Rajon Rondo

SG: Gerald Wallace

SF: Jeff Green

PF: Jared Sullinger

C: Brandon Bass

 

Phoenix Suns:

PG: Goran Dragic

SG: Gerald Green

SF: P.J. Tucker

PF: Channing Frye

C: Miles Plumlee

INJURIES

Avery Bradley, OUT (Ankle)

Vitor Faverani, OUT (Knee)

Eric Bledsoe, OUT (Knee)

Emeka Okafor, OUT (Neck)

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

How are the Suns so good?: Heading into the season Phoenix was expected to compete with the likes of Philadelphia and Orlando for the top spot in the draft lottery.  Somehow the Suns have hung tough in the highly competitive Western Conference playoff race all year, despite losing starting point guard Eric Bledsoe for the season.  Goran Dragic has stepped up and carried the team in his absence, averaging 20.3 points and 6.3 assists per game. Remember me?: Another key player for Phoenix this year has been former Celtics cast off Gerald Green, who poured in 36 points against the Nuggets last night.  Having recovered from his torn ACL, Leandro Barbosa is also back with the Suns after spending most of last season in Boston. Last game in green?: With the NBA's trade deadline looming at 3 pm tomorrow, this could be the final time we see any number of players in a Celtics uniform.

NOTES

Both Avery Bradley and Vitor Faverani did not make the trip, and will miss Boston's upcoming games in LA, Sacramento, and Utah as well. Jeff Green has averaged 29.5 points on 67% shooting in his last two games in Phoenix.

PREDICTION

I expect a fast paced game and a hard fought effort from the C's in their first action since last Wednesday, probably with another strong performance from Jeff Green, and likely Rajon Rondo as well.  But I'm guessing the Suns will pull out the victory in the end. 

Phoenix Suns 111, Boston Celtics 107

 

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