After an unexpected three-day break between games, the Cleveland Cavaliers will try to maintain their momentum when they visit the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night.
Cleveland had won a season-high six straight games and 10 of its previous 12 before Sunday’s game at Atlanta was postponed due to the league’s latest COVID-19 outbreak. Celtics center Robert Williams III also missed the game for personal reasons. “In the middle of kind of everything that’s going on, on the court and off the court, everybody’s dealing with something. We’ve got to be able to adjust and still come out on top.”
Boston signed 15-year veteran swingman C.J. Miles on a hardship exception before Monday’s game after adding forward Justin Jackson on a 10-day deal last week.