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The Boston Celtics took care of business on the road in Game 3 against the Brooklyn Nets to take a 3-0 lead in their first-round series, and are just one win away from a surprising sweep. It was the most anticipated match of the first round, and might also be the quickest.

As Game 4 approaches, the blame falls on the Nets, who will once again be without Ben Simmons. He was expected to make his season debut but further back pain ruled him out of the game. In the absence of reinforcements, will the Nets have an answer on Monday? Or will they wrap things up and turn their attention to next season?

Here’s everything you need to know about Game 4:

(2) Boston Celtics vs. (7) Brooklyn Nets

  • When: Monday April 25 | 7 p.m. ET
  • Or: Barclays Center – Brooklyn, New York
  • TV: DTT | Direct: DTT app
  • Odds: BOS +105; BKN-115; O/U 220 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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Celtics: After surviving a few scares in Games 1 and 2 at home, the Celtics headed to Barclays Center for Game 3 and made it clear they were the better team in that game. They stifled Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving once again, limiting the future Hall of Famer to 32 combined points on 28 shots, and overall the Celtics defense forced 18 turnovers. Meanwhile, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown showed why they’re one of the best duos in the league, combining for 62 points, nine rebounds, 11 assists and eight steals.

Nets: Nothing has been planned for the Nets this season, and that trend will continue in Game 4. Ben Simmons, who hasn’t played all season, was supposed to make his debut on Monday but won’t do so again due to ailments. persistent backs. . If the Nets have any hope of returning in this series, they will need to play with more focus and intensity than they did in Game 3. They will also need much better performances from their two stars, Durant and Irving. If these two are going to combine again for fewer points than Jayson Tatum, the Nets don’t stand a chance.


It’s never a good sign when players give quotes like the one Blake Griffin gave after Game 3 when he said, “I don’t know if our minds were good.” If your mind isn’t on an unmissable home match 3, it never will be. This series seems to be over. Pick: Celtics +1

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