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POSTGAME: CELTICS vs. Bucks | Nov. 1 | Kyrie Irving | Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Celtics Post Game Show - CLNS

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8:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts

After winning their third game in a row Tuesday night, the Celtics are back in action tonight, as they face off against the Milwaukee Bucks in a rematch of the first round of last season's Eastern Conference Playoffs. Kyrie Irving, coming off his first 30-point performance of the season, and the Celtics will look to keep The Greek Freak and the Bucks at bay.

Nic Sciscento and Calvin Chamberlain will be breaking down all the action and taking your calls for a full hour beginning at 10:30 p.m. 

Join us after every Celtics game as CLNS Media opens up another season of post-game coverage with reports live from the Garden for all home games. Visit Youtube.com/CLNSMedia for exclusive audio/video coverage.

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This episode is sponsored by Boston Barber & Tattoo Co.

Every neighborhood has a heartbeat; a place that represents the cultural epicenter of the area at its core. In Boston’s historic North End, that place is Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. has become home to A-list Boston celebrities like Gordon Hayward, Milan Lucic, Brad Marchand, and Aron Baynes. Boston Barber & Tattoo is more than just Boston’s most well known “corner barber shop,” it’s also a tourist attraction for the 100s of 1000s of people that visit the North End throughout the year.

Boston Barber and Tattoo, a North End Landmark that represents the cultural epicenter of the area at its core. Located at 113 Salem Street.

 

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