2/1 vs BKN 7:30 ESPN

snowmanny

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Nets (4th in EC;7th in The Athletic power ratings) come to Boston (1st in EC; 3rd in Athletic power ratings) for yet another beat down.

I’ll accept a C’s win at the buzzer though. Those are fun too.
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Negate the Nets.
 

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Nets missing KD, Simmons and the oft-injured TJ Warren, among others.
 

Kliq

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Watching the last five minutes of ESPN's pregame show took years off my life.
 

Deathofthebambino

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They should relentlessly hunt Kyrie when the C's are on offense. I want him working so hard defensively, he's giving the ball up like Ben Simmons on the other end.
 

Reverend

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Are we certain that they will actually be playing a game tonight? This bs has gotten out of control.

Edit: Apparently YouTubeTV had inceptioned me.
 

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Even with Durant and Warren out, Brooklyn has a lot of offensive firepower.
 

Kliq

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Brooklyn is starting only two capable NBA defenders in their starting lineup (O'Neale and Claxton). Should be a layup line.
 

Fishy1

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Celtics are fired up for this game. Makes sense! Been an exciting week for them
 

Kliq

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The difference between the TNT and ESPN pre/halftime show product is massive. Chuck, Shaq, EJ and Kenny bring it every night. The ESPN crew never had it.
It's not as much the personalities but the direction. They are arguing about who is going to take the last shot between Tatum and Brown and it's just a braindead talking point.
 

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Say whatever you want about Kyrie, he does do a lot for the community. Right now, he is trying to end Boston's housing crisis by himself.
 

Fishy1

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Say whatever you want about Kyrie, he does do a lot for the community. Right now, he is trying to end Boston's housing crisis by himself.
He's certainly laying enough bricks!