On Wednesday night, the Boston Celtics will host their first single-game NBA Finals in more than a decade (the last time they were in the Finals was in 2010).
The series between them and the Golden State Warriors is currently 1-1 heading into Game 3.
The teams split the first two games in California at the Chase Center (the Celtics won the first game and the Warriors the second).
Ahead of Wednesday’s game, Celtics fans should be happy to hear that New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had a few kind words about the Celtics.
“Start with a big Go Celtics.” Belichick said he was wearing a Celtics hat. “Big here tonight. I’m sure the fans will be out in full force and see if we can bring this one home.”
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