Boston: 100.3 points/100 possessions (22nd)
Milwaukee: 102.5 points/100 possessions (15th)
Boston: 104.7 points allowed/100 possessions (23rd)
Milwaukee: 101.0 points allowed/100 possessions (13th)
Probable Bucks starters: Brandon Jennings (PG), Monta Ellis(SG), Tobias Harris (SF), Ersan Ilyasova (PF), Samuel Dalembert (C)
View from the Opposing Bench: Bucksketball
Thumbnail: Just 24 hours after a disappointing letdown against Philadelphia at home, the C’s are back at it in Wisconsin against the upstart Bucks who are off to a strong start themselves. This deep group matches up very well with Boston, as we saw last Friday night in the home opener and with Boston’s track record in back-to-backs over the last couple years, it’s tough to feel optimistic about the C’s chances tonight. The sad reality for this team right now is they haven’t looked particularly good for any of their five games. There have been stretches of positive play here and there, but nothing close to resembling a strong game or even a complete half of basketball on both ends of the floor. The battle to put that together and get past the team’s defensive issues continues tonight with no rest for the weary.
Prediction: Bucks 91, Celtics 84