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Kyrie Irving received a $50,000 fine this week for flipping off the Boston crowd, and his former team’s fans will be going after him hard in Game 2. Ben Simmons has been cleared for contact, though he will not make his Brooklyn debut as he recovers from a back injury. Irving scored a game-high 39 points on Sunday, and all eyes will be on him on Wednesday night.
The Celtics are favored to claim a 2-0 series lead according to DraftKings Sportsbook after Jayson Tatum’s buzzer-beating layup gave them a thrilling Game 1 victory and led Boston with a 31-point performance. Big man Robert Williams III continues to rehab from a knee that sidelined him since late March, and it remains to be seen whether or not he will be back at some point during this series.