Suns vs. Celtics: Lineups, broadcast info, injury reports for Feb. 7

The Boston Celtics want to continue their winning ways after beating the Los Angeles Clippers 119 – 115 Friday night at Staples Center, heading to Phoenix, Arizona to handle the Suns in their penultimate game of the yearly west coast trip.

The Suns are not the pushovers of years past, but neither are they quite the level of team Boston simply beat down 2 crucial gamers and without a third for half the video game. However they’ll likewise continue to be down two of those 3 as they handle a Phoenix franchise that beings in the Western Conference’s fourth-place slot.

Probable beginning lineups

Boston Celtics Jayson Tatum – forward Daniel Theis – forward Tristan Thompson – center TBD Kemba Walker – guard

Phoenix Suns Mikal Bridges – forward Frank Kaminsky – forward DeAndre Ayton – center Devin Booker – guard Chris Paul – guard

How to enjoy or stream

Here’s when you must tune in to see the video game:

Date: 02/07/2021 Time: 2 p.m. ET TV Channel: NBA TV Live Stream: fuboTV (expect totally free) Injury reports

Fortunately is whatever was bother Theis’ knee on Friday has actually soothed enough to have him off the injured list. Less promising is that star forward Jaylen Brown (knee) remains on it.

Head coach Brad Stevens downplayed the severity of the discomfort, and offered Brown leads the group in minutes played there’s no reason to question him.

Second-year wing Romeo Langford (wrist) continues to work his method back to health, as does veteran guard Marcus Smart (calf), both a scratch for Sunday’s game.

Phoenix will be without guard Cameron Payne (sprained foot) and swingman Dario Saric (sprained ankle), along with possibly old pal Jae Crowder (foot discomfort), who is listed as doubtful.

Former Boston forward Abdel Nader is noted as most likely with left ankle pain.