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Philadelphia
vs
Boston
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
10/16/2018
8:00pm EST

Lines:
Philadelphia +5.5
Boston -5.5

Total:
Over 212 (-105)
Under 212 (-115)

Community Picks: Philadelphia 47% vs Boston 53%

Philadelphia and Boston Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Philadelphia
The rivalry is back, and the Celtics, who eliminated the Sixers in five games in last year's Eastern Conference semifinals, host Philly in the nationally televised NBA opener Tuesday night. The Sixers, who had their season ended May 9 in the Game 5 loss to Boston, are a season better -- and the Celtics a season healthier as both enter the 2018-19 season. Continue to Article
October 16, 2018 11:46:am EST
Boston
If you are flying from Boston to Philadephia today, well, better hope you're not a 76ers fan. Hey, even if you are, free t-shirt.#CUsRise pic.twitter.com/WDPFc5zHpA— Boston Celtics (@celtics) October 16, 2018Even the pilot and co-pilot will be rocking Continue to Article
October 16, 2018 11:22:am EST
Boston
The return of Kyrie Irving (knee) and Gordon Hayward (ankle/leg) to the starting lineup is a no-brainer topic of discussion when talking about the Boston Celtics. Jaylen Brown is trending towards becoming the latest two-way talent in the NBA. Terry Rozier will come off the bench most of this season and seems poised for what should be a legitimate run at the league's Sixth Man of the Year award. Continue to Article
October 16, 2018 10:21:am EST
Boston
This story appears in the October 22, 2018, issue of Sports Illustrated. For more great storytelling and in-depth analysis, subscribe to the magazine—and get up to 94% off the cover price. Click here for more. Among outsiders, Kyrie Irving can be difficult Continue to Article
October 16, 2018 9:00:am EST
Boston
The usual Boston Celtics preseason get-together for fans at the TD Garden earlier this month was anything but the norm when Kyrie Irving dropped the bomb of all bombs on the crowd in declaring his intent to re-sign with the Celtics when he becomes an unrestricted free agent in July. The announcement did more than just provide Boston with a verbal commitment from their 26-year-old, five-time All-Star that he wants to be with the franchise for many years to come. It took what was going to be one of the biggest questions repeatedly asked all season of this team  – where was Irving going to play next year? Continue to Article
October 15, 2018 8:59:pm EST
 
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