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Danny Ainge expects Jayson Tatum (eye) to play in Game 3

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In the second half of Game 2 between the Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets, Jayson Tatum left the floor immediately after being poked in the eye by Kevin Durant. He’s probably not missing Game 3, and I’d be willing to bet that he’s definitely not missing the rest of the series.

Boston needs to bottle the ball movement from the first half of Game 1 and continue with that game plan. Evan Fournier had a better Game 2, but he and Kemba Walker need to do a significantly better and more consistent job if the Celtics want to grab a game or two to avoid a sweep/gentleman’s sweep.

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