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Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Not many predicted the Brooklyn Nets would be arriving in Boston on November 28th looking down at the Celtics in the standings, but that is exactly where they find themselves. Tonight Boston will look to avenge their November 15th loss at the hands of the Nets (at the new astounding Barclays Center in Brooklyn), a loss many Celtics fans shook off after Rajon Rondo was unable to play in the meeting due to an ankle injury. But these are no longer the lowly New Jersey Nets, this Brooklyn team is here to stay. The Nets find themselves arriving against a hot Celtics team that was able to get an impressive victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the TD Garden on Friday night. Truth be told tonight will be a very telling matchup between two Atlantic Division powers, and with Rondo now at full strength, we will get a full indication of where the teams stand in the Eastern Conference.