No Kyrie Irving, No Gordon Hayward, No Marcus Smart, No Daniel Theis and No Shane Larkin vs a Toronto Raptors team that had everyone available to play and yet the Boston Celtics still knocked off the Raptors in Boston and now sit just 2 games back of the Raptors 2 games back of the Raptors with 1 game more between the 2 teams looming this week which could be for first place in the Eastern Conference. The Celtics now lead the season series 2-1. Tuesday night the Raptors will be in Cleveland to face Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers who are trying to hang on to the 3rd seed while the Celtics will be in Milwaukee to face the Bucks. If the Raptors lose and the Celtics win on Tusday then the game Wednesday between the Celtics and Raptors up in Toronto will be for the Eastern Conference lead. The Celtics with the win over the Raptors Saturday clinched the homecourt throughout atleast round 2 and can be no lower then the 2nd seed in the East. So the only team that can have home court over the Celtics in the players in the Eastern Conferece would be the Toronto Raptors. That matchup of course would not happen until the Eastern Conference Finals. So in this show we will discuss what the Celtics did in their matchup against Toronto and if this performance means they should be considered the favorites to get out of the Eastern Conference. Or should it still be Toronto due to the Celtics injuries or the Cavs cause of Lebron. Meanwhile audio of Danny Ainge talking Kyrie Irvings injury. We will be joined by special guest
Matt Rury - @TeamGreenTruth Host of the Celtics Postgame Show on CLNS
Michael Dyer - @Mike_Dyer13 Sports Producer and Content Coordinator
Chris Langseth - @Hans02421 amateur celtics journalist
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