Celtics vs Rockets Live Stream: Best Way to Watch Online for free The Boston Celtics close their scrimmage slate of basketball within the Disney World bubble on Tuesday evening with a game against James Harden and the Houston Rockets.
After scuffling in their opener against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Celtics appeared to get back on track against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, claiming a comfortable 117-103 victory.
Here’s how to watch Tuesday’s action.
Who Play: Celtics vs Rockets
When: Tuesday, July 28
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Online: NBC Sports Online | fuboTV | Hulu+ Live TV | League Pass (with subscription)
Full info on how to watch the scrimmages:
TV channel: NBC Sports Boston (Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Sling.)
Live stream: If you have a cable subscription, you can use it to watch the games via NBC Sports Online. If you don’t have cable and you’re in the Boston-area TV market, you can watch the games online with fuboTV and Hulu+ Live TV, both of which have free seven-day trials.
Here’s what the Celtics had to say after Sunday’s win.
Kemba Walker on his knee/whether a minutes restriction is difficult
“It felt good. … Of course. I mean, yeah, I would love to just play and not care about no minutes restrictions or anything of that nature but obviously I can’t. I got to be smart about things. At this point, it just is what it is. I want to be there for my teammates when we are in the playoffs. Hopefully, by then, the restrictions and things of that nature are completely off.”
Brad Stevens on Kemba Walker’s bubble debut
“He was great, yeah. Nine to 10 minutes was kind of the time we had for him to play. Like we said, he’s going to be on a minutes restriction when we start playing the seeding games. But I thought he looked good, I thought he had his burst, I thought he played hard defensively. He created chaos on a couple of different plays. Offensively I thought he got to the rim and/or got his shot. So, encouraged by it.”
Jayson Tatum on breaking out of his slump
“It felt good. I think that’s what these scrimmages are for, just to knock some of the rust off and try to get back in a rhythm and a groove. I played a little bit more today so it felt good to see some shots go through.”
Jayson Tatum on whether his standing around the league has changed
“Maybe so. I think the better you get, the more respect that people give you obviously brings more challenges. Obviously I know how I feel when I play against another guy that I look up to or a top player, it gives you that extra edge to compete. Especially playing for the Celtics, you gotta be ready to compete every night.”