Hawks-Celtics Game Thread

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102715 ATLANTA: -- Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer reacts during second half action against the Pistons in their first regular season basketball game "home opener" on Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015, in Atlanta. The Pistons beat the Hawks 106-94. Curtis Compton / ccompton@ajc.com


7:30 p.m., TD Garden


Hawks (8-2, 4-0 road)

Jeff Teague

Kyle Korver

Kent Bazemore

Paul Millsap

Al Horford

Injury report: None

Inactives: Edy Tavares, Lamar Patterson

Celtics (3-4, 2-3 home)

Isaiah Thomas

Marcus Smart

Amir Johnson

Jae Crowder

Jared Sullinger

Injury report: Questionable – Avery Bradley (bruised lower left leg)

Inactives: TBD

Officials: Derrick Stafford, Mark Lindsay, Derek Richardson

From the Hawks

Approximately 500 Cape Verdeans who reside in the Boston area purchased tickets to Friday’s game to see fellow native Edy Tavares. The 7-foot-3 center was sent to the D-League earlier in the week and was scheduled to play for the Austin Spurs Friday. … The Hawks announced the continuation of their concert series with an appearance by Jeezy on Nov. 30 when the Hawks host the Spurs. … The Hawks 4-0 road record to start a season is tied for second in franchise history. The record is five by the St. Louis Hawks in 1967-68.

From the Celtics

The Celtics are coming off a 102-91 home loss to the Pacers Wednesday. … The Celtics feature rookie R.J. Hunter, the former standout at Georgia State. He has appeared in four games and is averaging 3.5 points and 2.5 rebounds. … Jae Crowder, from Villa Rica High, leads the NBA with 3.43 steals a game. …

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