Celtics look to get back on winning track tonight down three starters

It's been a brutal last ten days for the Boston Celtics. The Celtics are still 45-20 but have lost three of their last four games, including two games to the Knicks and a nearly 30-point blown lead to the Nets. Last night's loss to the Knicks came in double overtime to make matters worse. After playing in double-overtime, it'll be interesting to see how the Celtics respond, on the road, against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Cavaliers are currently 40-28 on the season and are creeping up in the standings. A win against the Celtics would only help them more. Unfortunately for the Celtics while guard Malcolm Brogdon will make his return tonight in Boston, not only will center Al Horford will be joining Robert Williams on the sideline, but superstar forward Jayson Tatum is also out for this one.

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To win this one the Celtics will have to excel at small ball against a long Cleveland team. Bigs Grant Williams, Blake Griffin, Mike Muscala, and Luke Kornet will all need to step up when their names are called tonight in Cleveland.