Celtics Look For Revenge Against Bulls Tonight

    The Celtics (26-9) will look to bounce back after their two-game losing streak vs the Chicago Bulls (10-21), who visit TD Garden tonight.

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    The Celtics (26-9) will look to bounce back after Thursday’s 102-93 loss to the New York Knicks, as the Chicago Bulls (10-21) visit TD Garden tonight. Boston has lost two straight and will look to beat the Bulls who are coming off a 115-112 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday. Boston will have Jaylen Brown tonight, as he missed the Celtics last game due to an achilles issue. Brown will be counted on heavily tonight, defensively, as the Bulls feature Providence College product Kris Dunn (13.2 points per game), rookie forward Lauri Markkanen (14.7 points per game) and veteran swingman Nikola Mirotic. Before losing to the Cavs, the Bulls had won won seven straight games, including a 103-100 win over the Utah Jazz on December 13th, where Mirotic had 29 points and nine rebounds. Head Coaches Brad Stevens and Fred Hoiberg discuss tonight’s matchup.