The Boston Celtics head back on the road for a visit to Michigan’s Little Caesar’s Arena for a rematch with a considerably more dangerous Detroit Pistons ball club than in recent seasons with a bit of revenge on their minds for dropping a theoretically winnable game against the Celtics earlier in the week. Boston could easily look past their meeting with the Pistons given their recent history of being plucky but beatable — and that is exactly what Detroit hopes their opponent will do.
If you happen to be looking for a way to watch the action live on cable television or an online streaming service, keep reading while we get you up to speed on everything you need to know about the game.
Let’s begin with who ought to be available to play.
Injuries of note
For the Celtics, Danilo Gallinari (ACL) and Robert Williams III (knee) will not be available to play. Malcolm Brogdon (hamstring) is day-to-day and was ruled out of Boston’s contest against the Nuggets on Friday.
For the Pistons, while no report was available at the time of writing, Marvin Bagley III (knee), Cade Cunningham (shin), and Hamadou Diallo (hip) were all listed as questionable for their tilt the night before, and Alec Burks (navicular fracture) as probable.
Likely starting lineups
How to watch or stream
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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire