Boston Celtics vs. Atlanta Hawks Saturday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Lines
Point guard Rajon Rondo is not coming through that door Boston Celtics fans, and you know that small forward Gerald “Crash” Wallacae will not quit bitching the entire year. It has already gotten old by the way Crash.
The Atlanta Hawks are favored big time (-8) against head coach Brad Stevens’ squad, and the patience in Boston appears to be wearing thin.
Here is the TV info on that one, and you can bet that I will not be watching what will most likely be a really ugly basketball game.
TV: MSG, CSN-DC, DTV: 630, 649, 757, 758
Gotta go with the Hawks in this one despite the large line, and if you are a Boston fan then I definitely feel for you but at the same time I’m from the DMV so not that much. This team was not put together to win games folks, and Stevens six year contract is quite a big show of faith and also a nice couple year cushion for him as well.
Let me put it this way, Danny Ainge would be absolutely fine with his squad losing this game even if at the same time he is hoping his young players and coaches develop more for next season. The Hawks on the other hand are a team that is going to try to scrap out a playoff spot, but that may prove to be too big of a challenge for the roster as constructed.
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