The Brooklyn Nets face a significant hurdle because it is anticipated that they will be blown off the court. At 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday at TD Garden, Brooklyn and the Boston Celtics will square off in an Atlantic Division matchup. The Nets will try to break their losing streak against Boston, which dates back to November 24, 2021.
On Wednesday, Brooklyn found themselves the unwelcome targets of a brutal 142-118 gut punch from the New York Knicks. With the score at 81-57 at the half, Brooklyn was in a difficult situation. Small forward Cameron Johnson, who went 7-for-11 from beyond the arc and scored 33 points for the losing team, gave them a boost.
Boston proved to be too much of a challenge for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, despite the fact that they usually have all the answers at home. In a close game against the Cavaliers, the Celtics prevailed, winning 117-113. With 41 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists, power forward Jayson Tatum nearly recorded a triple-double, continuing his trend of posting absurd stat lines.
Boston is currently 45-18, while the Nets are currently 34-28. Keep these two offensive statistics in the back of your mind as you watch: Brooklyn has the second-best field goal percentage in the league going into the game at 49.80%. With an average of 117.7 points per game, Boston is fourth in the league, demonstrating their own offensive strength.
You can watch the match on Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET live at TD Garden-Boston, Massachusetts and will be telecasted on ESPN and fuboTV.
According to the most recent NBA odds, the Celtics are a commanding 11-point favourite over the Nets.
The Celtics entered the game as a 10.5-point favourite, showing that the oddsmakers had a decent sense of the line for this one.
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