|Posted by shawn cassidy on July 26, 2012 at 7:00 PM|
We knew a few day's ago that the Celtics would start the season in Miami. But the Celtics head to Brooklyn on Christmas day. Not really pumped for that game. No rivalry there guys. That's a bad under card on a day full of great games. I wouldn't mind a Philly matchup even on Christmas. The Nets aren't even a playoff team yet. What about Ray's return?
Will have to wait until January 27th. It's pretty late in the season guys, that's a long wait. But it will be worth it.
Thur., Feb. 7 —( Lakers at Celtics ) We usually see them in February, and I can't wait to see them. Will see them again on Wed., Feb. 20 in LA.
The Celtics are scheduled to play 22 back-to-backs this season. 18 of those back-to-backs close on the road. Not happy seeing the Lakers in the tail end of two back-to-backs.
Nov. 2-3: vs. Milwaukee, at Washington
Nov. 9-10: vs. Philadelphia, at Milwaukee
Nov. 14-15: vs. Utah, at Brooklyn
Nov. 17-18: vs. Toronto, at Detroit
Nov. 30-Dec. 1: vs. Portland, at Milwaukee
Dec. 7-8: at Philadelphia, vs. Philaelphia
Dec. 14-15: at Houston, at San Antonio
Dec. 18-19: at Chicago, vs. Cleveland
Dec. 29-30: at Golden State, at Sacramento
Jan. 4-5: vs. Indiana, at Atlanta
Jan. 24-25: vs. New York, at Atlanta
Feb. 6-7: at Toronto, vs. Los Angeles Lakers
Feb. 10-11: vs. Denver, at Charlotte
Feb. 19-20: at Denver, at Los Angeles Lakers
Feb. 24-25: at Portland, at Utah
March 5-6: at Philadelphia, at Indiana
March 12-13: at Charlotte, vs. Toronto
March 22-23: at Dallas, at Memphis
March 26-27: vs. New York, at Cleveland
March 31-April 1: at New York, at Minnesota
April 12-13: at Miami, at Orlando
April 16-17: vs. Indiana, at Toronto