San Antonio Spurs vs Boston Cetlics: Live Stream, Preview, Prediction, Broadcast Time
It will be a battle between the third-seeded teams, as the the San Antonio Spurs take on the Boston Celtics next. The Green and White team will be hosting the game at their home court at the TD Garden in Boston on Friday, November 25. Tip-off time is at 1 p.m. ET.
San Antonio is currently on a roll, holding six-game winning streak. They last played against the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday, as they hold an undefeated record on the road so far. The game ended with a final score of 119-114.
Small forward Kahwi Leonard was the main man for Gregg Popovich that night, as he scored 30 points, five rebounds and four assists on 14 out of 21 field goal shooting. Power forward LaMarcus Aldridge was the next top contributor, as he ended the game with 23 points, seven rebounds and two assists.
For Popovich, the current circumstances that their team has been in was a peculiar one, to say the least. But he is not complaining, as he is still satisfied with how his men are performing.
"It's a weird year. We've lost three in a row at home and last year we lost one the whole year. Now we're undefeated on the road, so don't ask me. That's why they call it a game because you never know what's going to happen," Popovich said via ESPN.com.
The Celtics are also on a hot streak, winning three of their last games. They last played against the Brooklyn Nets, where they ended the game with a final tally of 111-92. Point guard Isiah Thomas led his team in the stat sheet. He ended the game with 23 points on 8-for-21 shooting from the field.
The Spurs have always been a well-oiled machine, given the coaching wizardry of Popovich. Expect them to pick up their seventh consecutive win, and an immaculate record on the road. Fans can catch the live stream via NBA League Pass.
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