Wednesday night’s game between the Celtics and Sixers will tip-off at 7:00 EST at Wells Fargo Center. Wednesday night’s game between the Celtics and Sixers will tip-off at 7:00 EST at Wells Fargo Center.
As the Boston Celtics aim to bounce back from their first loss of the season, a 114-109 defeat against the Minnesota Timberwolves, bringing their record to 5-1, help may be on the way.
Derrick White, who’s missed their last two games, with his family welcoming a second child, is listed as probable for Wednesday’s road matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Center Neemias Queta, the only other player on the C’s injury report, will miss his fifth-straight contest due to right foot injury management. That situation’s a bit concerning, as head coach Joe Mazzulla noted the 24-year-old from Portugal’s lack of progress last week.
Tip-off at the Wells Fargo Center is at 7:00 p.m. EST. Inside The Celtics will have content related to the matchup before, during, and afterward. Follow @BobbyKrivitsky on Twitter for updates and analysis from pregame to post.
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