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Let's try and temper expectations going up against the new-look Philadelphia 76ers Tuesday evening.


The Boston Celtics will be without their starting point guard Kyrie Irving, resting out of concern for a lightly-sprained knee sustained against the Los Angeles Clippers this weekend, and big man Aron Baynes will likely remain out through the All-Star Break.

After a pair of losses to both Los Angeles teams, it'll be easy to get down on Boston should they drop the tilt tomorrow evening. And with the key pieces being out, a loss is probably coming - here's to hoping it's not a bad one, and that the rest of the team puts forth a solid effort on both ends of the floor. It might not be the optimal situation to be in, but it's the luck of the draw at the moment.

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Justin Quinn 2/11/2019 02:38:00 PM Edit
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