Brooklyn Nets – Boston Celtics January 28 Prediction and Live Stream Info

Brooklyn Nets – Boston Celtics January 28

Brooklyn Nets – Boston Celtics January 28 Prediction

The banged-up Brooklyn Nets hobble into the TD Garden in Boston on Monday for a date with the Boston Celtics.  Both teams are fiery hot right now, both currently (as of this writing) riding five-game winning streaks. Brooklyn has won eight of their last ten; Boston seven.

However, the Nets are running out of healthy players to suit up for them.  Caris LeVert, their leading scorer when he got injured, has been out with a dislocated foot for months; Spencer Dinwiddie recently tore ligaments in his thumb; Allen Crabbe has been out almost two months with a knee injury; and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Jared Dudley have been on and off the court with lingering injuries.  That’s five rotation players on the shelf.

The Celtics, meanwhile, are healthy and cooking at home, posting a 19-5 record on the parquet.  They are currently fifth in the Eastern Conference with a 30-18 record (Brooklyn is sixth with a 26-23 win-loss mark). They are deep, young, experienced, and talented.

The teams have split their two meetings thus far this season, with two more games to go.