It's game No. 52 for the 2017-18 Celtics (36-15), as they host the New York Knicks (23-28) at the TD Garden and will be nationally on ESPN.
Boston is coming off a 2-2 west road trip, where they beat the Nuggets on Monday night, while the Knicks have won their last two games.
This is the third meeting between these two teams, with the season series tied 1-1 and New York beating the Celtics last month, Boston will look to start their three-game homestand without Kyrie Irving (quad contusion).
With Marcus Smart (hand) is still out, Terry Rozier will make his first NBA career start and Shane Larkin (right knee) is listed as probable.
Josue Pavón previews today's matchup with guest Steve Popper of USA Today's NorthJersey.com, click below for the latest edition of the Celtics Pre-Game Report:
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