How to Watch Celtics at Thunder: Stream NBA Live, TV Channel – Sports Illustrated

The Boston Celtics are back to being the best team in the NBA again heading into the New Year. The Eastern Conference is the superior conference right now in the league and Boston holds the best record. A lot of that has to do with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown proving to be one of the best duos in all of basketball. Tonight we will see them clash with one of the NBA's brightest rising stars in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander from the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Celtics won 126-122 back in November when these two first met back in Boston. Will we see another close matchup between these superstars tonight? 
How to Watch Boston Celtics at Oklahoma City Thunder Today:
Game Date: Jan. 3, 2023
Game Time: 9:00 p.m. ET
TV: NBA League Pass Channel 2
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Boston is coming off a 123-111 loss to the Denver Nuggets which ended a four-game winning streak. It was a showdown between the best of both conferences and the back-to-back MVP just showed up in a bigger way. Nikola Jokic commanded the game for Denver notching a triple-double with a 30-12-12 game. Denver led by as much as 18 in a game where the biggest headline from Boston is when Robert Williams III bent the rim on a throwdown dunk to delay the game for 35 minutes. The Celtics will look to rewrite the headlines tonight. 
Oklahoma City meanwhile is looking to avoid dropping three in a row. They are coming off a 115-96 loss to another East powerhouse against the Philadelphia 76ers. Joel Embiid earned a triple-double with a 16-13-10 night in a game where Philly never trailed. The Thunder were led by Josh Giddey with 20 points and Gilgeous-Alexander scored 14 going just 4 of 15 from the floor. This will be the first game for OKC this year as they are also looking to flip the script. 
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