5)Over/Under: 212. 5HOW TO WATCHWhat: The Los Angeles Lakers visit the Boston Celtics in a 2021-22 NBA regular season game. When: 4:30 p. ET on Friday, November 19. Where: TD Garden | Boston, MassachusettsTV channel: ESPNHow to watch live stream online: You can watch the game live for FREE with fuboTV (free trial).
These teams meet at TD Garden on Friday, November 19 at 4:30 p. m. PT/7:30 p. ET with a live broadcast on ESPN. • You can watch the Lakers vs. Celtics game live for FREE with fuboTV (free trial) or Sling TV (promotional offers), or follow along with our live updates and see more live streaming options provided below. BETTING ODDSMoneyLine: LAL (+110) | BOS (-130)Spread: LAL (+2. 5) | BOS (-2.
9 at 8 p. m. ETWatch: TNT or NBA League PassListen: KSPN 710 AM (Lakers) or WEEI 850 AM (Celtics)Betting Line: Celtics -3. 5Key Injuries (via CBS Sports)Lakers: Steve Blake (questionable, rib)Celtics: Jeff Green (out, heart), Keyon Dooling (out, oblique) and Marquis Daniels (questionable, ankle)Doug Pensinger/Getty ImagesWhat's at Stake? Whenever there's a high-profile clash like this, it has the potential to give one team a major boost. That's especially important this time around, because both teams are looking to improve their playoff positioning as much as possible right now so they have more flexibility down the stretch.
The veteran point guard's skills continue to diminish, and he's really starting to cause the team's offense to lag. Don't be surprised if the Lakers make a move for another option at the position before the deadline. After a dreadful start, the Celtics have really rounded into form over the past couple weeks. They are 9-1 in their last 10 games, including a current five-game winning streak. At least fans in Boston have something to cheer about right now. Where: TD Garden in Boston, Mass. When: Thursday, Feb.
LA Lakers vs. Boston Celtics: TV Schedule, Live Stream, Spread Info and MoreJeff Gross/Getty ImagesThe Los Angeles Lakers (14-11) and Boston Celtics (14-10) face off on Thursday night in what's always one of the NBA's best matchups. Even though both teams have sputtered out of the gate this season, it's too early to take them out of the contender category. Derek Fisher has been Los Angeles' biggest problem.
Boston Celtics vs Los Angeles Lakers free live stream, score, odds, time, TV channel, how to watch NBA online (11/19/21)Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics, right, take on Dwight Howard and the Los Angeles Lakers tonight at TD Garden. (AP File Photo/Charles Krupa)APJayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics (7-8) look to prove they can be contenders again when they host LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the Los Angeles Lakers (8-8) tonight in a classic NBA rivalry game.
Both squads are getting up there in age, so having the chance to rest some of the veterans down the stretch before the playoffs will be crucial. Since it's a condensed season, every game holds some type of significance, and tonight's game in Boston certainly is no exception. What They're SayingKobe Bryant is getting up there in age, and his wrist has been bothering him for most of the season, but his drive to win another championship remains, according to Mike Bresnahan of the Los Angeles Times. "I'm obsessed about it. I've got to get it, " he said. "It's just one of those things. I can think of nothing else. "As a kid growing up, that's all I saw.
I watched [Larry] Bird, I watched Magic [Johnson] and I watched [Michael] Jordan win multiple titles. You just kind of grow up saying this is how it should be. This is what I must do. I want another one. "Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald compares tonight's game to a boxing match:You can call it Celtics-Lakers if you want, but when these teams meet at TD Garden this evening, it may seem more like two aging boxers with championship belts in their wake.
They will step into the parquet ring each hoping to show itself more worthy of a title shot. WBO, WBC, IBF, NBA... after a while, they all run together. Lakers Player to Watch: Kobe BryantDoug Pensinger/Getty ImagesBryant continues to carry the Lakers on his shoulders despite a nagging wrist injury that finally seems to be getting back near full strength. He leads the NBA in scoring at 29 points per game and will be making another All-Star Game start at month's end.