Boston Celtics Tickets & Burning Question

The Boston Celtics 2022-23 season ended in a wild playoff ride. A 4-2 win over the Atlanta Hawks in the Conference First Round was followed by a nailbiting 4-3 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in the Conference Semifinals, where the Celtics had to win the last two games to survive. It looked to be over in the Conference Finals against the Miami Heat when the Celtics went 3-0 in the series in three pretty uncompetitive games. The Boston team swung the series out of nowhere, winning three straight and carrying all the momentum into the series decider. Then, out of nowhere, they laid an egg in losing 103-84, their worst points-scoring output of the entire postseason.

Big games early in the 2023-24 season see the Celtics take on the Heat on October 27, with the home opener being a repeat of last season’s Conference Finals, November 22 against the Milwaukee Bucks in what should be a battle between two of the best teams in the conference, and on February 4 when Marcus Smart returns to TD Garden with the Memphis Grizzlies.

Check out the Boston Celtics full home schedule at the end of this post and buy tickets from Immortal Seats.

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Can the Celtics make their parts mesh?

The Celtics were already one of the favorites to win the NBA Title this season before they added All-Star guard Jrue Holiday to their starting lineup. Now, they are back to the top of the pile when it comes to odds of winning the whole thing, with their insanely loaded roster being looked at as the team to beat in the league.

Their top six players are the best top six in the league. Holiday is a perfect fit at the perfect time, with the five-time All-Defensive team selection giving them extra from the guard position on both sides of the ball. If the Celtics can make their parts mesh, then this is going to be one tough team to beat. The defense should come early, while the offense could take some time. The sooner the offensive connection hits, the more dangerous this team will be and the deeper their playoff run will be in the spring.

2023-24 Celtics Home Games

Oct 27 – Miami Heat

Nov 1 – Indiana Pacers

Nov 10 – Brooklyn Nets (NBA In-Season Tournament)

Nov 11 – Toronto Raptors

Nov 13 – New York Knicks

Nov 22 – Milwaukee Bucks

Nov 26 – Atlanta Hawks

Nov 28 – Chicago Bulls (NBA In-Season Tournament)

Dec 1 – Philadelphia 76ers

Dec 12 – Cleveland Cavaliers

Dec 14 – Cleveland Cavaliers

Dec 15 – Orlando Magic

Dec 17 – Orlando Magic

Dec 28 – Detroit Pistons

Dec 29 – Toronto Raptos

Jan 5 – Utah Jazz

Jan 10 – Minnesota Timberwolves

Jan 13 – Houston Rockets

Jan 17 – San Antonio Spurs

Jan 19 – Denver Huggets

Jan 27 – Los Angeles Clippers

Jan 29 – New Orleans Pelicans

Jan 30 – Indiana Pacers

Feb 1 – Los Angeles Lakers

Feb 4 -Memphis Grizzlies

Feb 7 – Atlanta Hawks

Feb 9 – Washington Wizards

Feb 14 – Brookyln Nets

Feb 27 – Philadelphia 76ers

Mar 1 – Dallas Mavericks

Mar 3 – Golden State Warriors

Mar 14 – Phoenix Suns

Mar 18 – Detroit Pistons

Mar 20 -Milwaukee Bucks

Apr 3 – Oklahoma City Thunder

Apr 5 – Sacramento Kings

Apr 7 – Portland Trail Blazers

Apr 11 – New York Knicks

Apr 12 – Charlotte Hornets

Apr 14 – Washington Wizards

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