The Cleveland Cavaliers vs Boston Celtics game is up for 8:00 PM EST later tonight. This is an important NBA preseason game between two crucial teams. The game will be happening at the TD Garden (also known as the Boston Garden or simply The Garden) in Boston, Massachusetts. The regular season starts on October 16, and currently it’s time for the experimental preseason stage. This is an important that you don’t want to miss out on. So, if you can’t be in Massachusetts, then make sure you tune in to your TV set or better yet, live stream the game through your internet and watch online.
How to watch:
Date and Time: October 2nd, 2018 8:00 PM EST
Venue: TD Garden
TV: TNT (US)
Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)
Cleveland Cavaliers Team News
The Cleveland Cavaliers need to solidify their position and be a strong force through the playoffs. Surely, nothing comes without proper planning. And we have reasons to believe that the Cavs are playing this really well. They are going to have a strong presence throughout the preseason and the regular season. This also makes sure they get in the much needed practice. Quality practice is the only way to win, and the Cavs know that, making them all the more tough.
Kevin Love, J. R. Smith, Tristan Thompson, Collin Sexton and more — they are ready to bring in the Ohio professional basketball expertise and power into the game tonight. So, stay glued!
Boston Celtics Team News
The Boston Celtics are ready to be the reckoning of the east. Both teams are Eastern Conference teams and have veterans that are popular worldwide. The Celtics are going to play defensive and strategic. Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, Jayson Tatum, Robert Williams, and so on — these players will be crucial tonight.
The Cavs are no more with LeBron James, thanks to the “strangest” years of James (the 2016-17 season that was full of weird losses and injuries as well). James is now with the Lakers after criticizing the Cavs’ front office for making a team that’s too “top heavy.” The Celtics have a solid chance to win this one. And truly, in their 205 games so far, the Celtics have won 125 times while the Cavs are at 80 wins only.