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The Boston Celtics will play the Phoenix Suns at TD Garden on Thursday, April 22, and if you’re wondering how to watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The Celtics, sixth in the East, return to the field after their first break of consecutive days in weeks. They will try to get back to the winning column against a good Western Conference team with several key players. At the same time, the Suns, second in the West, have won eight of their last 10 games and are hoping to add another to that total in what would be their second straight win.

Boston will have its work cut out for it, even with the advantage that its hometown crowd provides.

Boston Celtics

  • Jayson Tatum – forward
  • Semi Ojeleye – striker
  • Tristan Thompson – center
  • Marcus Smart – guard
  • Kemba Walker – guard

Phoenix suns

  • Dario Saric – striker
  • Myles Bridges – Guard
  • DeAndre Ayton – center
  • Devin Booker – guard
  • Chris Paul – guard

Here’s when you should log in to view the game:

  • Dated: 04/22/21
  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: NBC Sports Boston

The Celtics are still pretty battered, but seem to be moving in the right direction. Evan Fournier (hygiene and safety protocols) and Robert Williams III (knee aches) are the only permanent scratches.

Jaylen Brown (left shoulder bursitis) is listed as questionable. Jayson Tatum (left ankle impingement) is questionable, and Kemba Walker (non-COVID disease) is likely.

The Suns had yet to submit their injury report for Thursday’s game at the time of writing.

In their last game, Cam Johnson (nasal fracture) was listed as available and played, as was forward Dario Saric (ankle), who was listed as probable. Former Celtic Abdel Nader (knee pain) was absent.

This article originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook!