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Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Nets live stream, TV game start time, odds

Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Nets live stream coverage is available at the game start time. The Celtics vs. Nets live stream will be available through ESPN at game start time on Sunday (Jan. 26), giving fans a chance to watch it online if they cannot tune into the game. Speaking about the game with ESPN, Paul Pierce stated that, "There's gonna be a lot of emotions. You play your whole life there. You won a championship there. The first time coming there as a visitor, I never thought it would happen, but it is and it'll be here Sunday."

Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce return to Boston for the first time as members of the Brooklyn Nets on Jan. 26.
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This is the first time that Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Terry will return to Boston as members of the Nets. The game is certainly going to have a lot of eyes on it, especially with how abruptly they got traded during the last NBA offseason. It becomes even more interesting since former All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo has also returned from knee surgery. Though both teams have struggled at times this season, there will be no lack of energy on the court this time around.

The Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Nets live stream coverage will be up on the Watch ESPN online application, with the TV game start time simultaneously scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET. Giving the game what amounts to a Sunday primetime slot will certainly give viewers every opportunity to tune in. The latest odds for the game have the Nets as four point favorites to win this road game, with the over/under set at 191.5 points.

As one of the hottest teams in the NBA, the Nets have won nine of their last 10 games and look to continue that hot streak in Boston. The Celtics have lost eight of their last 10 games and this could be the perfect opportunity to right the ship and gain some momentum before the All-Star break.

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