Boston Celtics at Brooklyn Nets: How to watch, broadcast, lineups (12/4)
The 18-5 Boston Celtics are looking to bounce back from their home loss to the Miami Heat on Thursday night with a road win against the 13-11 Brooklyn Nets as they start out the longest road trip of the 2022-23 campaign, and will have to come with their “A” game to beat the version of Brooklyn we have seen take the floor of late, winners of their last four tilts.
If you happen to be looking for a way to watch the on-court action live on cable television or a local or national online streaming service, keep reading while we get you up to speed on everything else you need to know about the game.
Let’s begin with the players who are among those listed to be available to play in it.
Injuries of note
For the Celtics, Danilo Gallinari (ACL) and Robert Williams III (knee) are listed as out. Marcus Smart (hip) is questionable.
For the Nets, Ben Simmons (calf), Edmond Sumner (glute), and Yuta Watanabe (hamstring) are out.
With Boston seemingly having sorted out their lack of frontcourt depth while Robert Williams III and Danilo Gallinari heal up, does it make sense to burn the sort of assets he will likely command f… https://t.co/1fw2omXf6Y
— The Celtics Wire (@TheCelticsWire) December 3, 2022
Likely starting lineups
How to watch or stream
Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:
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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire
Source: Yahoo Sports