Printable Celtics schedule 2019-20: Dates, times, opponents for new-look team

Printable Celtics schedule 2019-20: Dates, times, opponents for new-look team

The Boston Celtics' official 82-game schedule for the 2019-20 season is out, and there are plenty of dates to circle.

The Celtics underwent a roster overhaul this offseason, parting ways with Kyrie Irving, Al Horford, Marcus Morris, Terry Rozier and Aron Baynes while bringing in All-Star point guard Kemba Walker, big men Enes Kanter and Vincent Poirier and a four-player rookie class that could become five if Tacko Fall makes the squad.

All that turnover means plenty of intriguing "reunion" matchups, including Horford's Philadelphia 76ers on Opening Night, Irving's Brooklyn Nets on the day before Thanksgiving and Walker's return to Charlotte (where he'll face Rozier) in early November.

Celtics fans also get a Christmas Day showdown with the defending champion Toronto Raptors in addition to must-see games against revamped teams like the Los Angeles Clippers and New Orleans Pelicans.

Below is a complete downloadable schedule for the Celtics' 2019-20 season, which you can print out and pin to your fridge:

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For a complete breakdown of the Celtics' schedule, make sure to tune into NBC Sports Boston at 8 p.m. ET on Monday for the Celtics Schedule Release show, presented by Ace Ticket.


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The debut of "The Enes Kanter Show" from the NBC Sports Boston Podcast network

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The debut of "The Enes Kanter Show" from the NBC Sports Boston Podcast network

In the debut episode of "The Enes Kanter Show", Chris Forsberg and Enes Kanter discuss how the Jersey Shore helped Enes learn english. His love for Boston fans during his time with the Celtics. His close friend Tacko Fall and his reaction to ‘Tacko-Mania’. Also his dreams to pursue a career with the WWE when his time in the NBA is over.

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(1:17) How did watching the ‘Jersey Shore’ help teach Enes english? (3:00) Who is the biggest celebrity in Enes’ cell phone? (5:30) Enes talks about coming to Boston, and his first initial reaction to playing in the TD Garden as a member of the Celtics (8:00) Differences between playing in the TD Garden for the Celtics and as an opposing player (9:30) Playing under Brad Stevens (11:50) Enes Kanter discusses being friends with Tacko Fall, and how he’s not just a fan favorite, he is a players favorite too. (15:00) What happened when Enes accidentally reveled the Celtics new alternate jerseys? (18:30) Enes discusses his obsession with the WWE and why he thinks it a perfect post basketball career job for him (23:00) Enes recalls the time he met Vince McMahon

You can also watch the entire episode on YouTube...

NBA picks: Celtics vs. Wizards betting predictions, plays against the spread

NBA picks: Celtics vs. Wizards betting predictions, plays against the spread

It pays to back the Boston Celtics, folks.

The Celtics sped to their NBA-leading eighth win Monday night against the Dallas Mavericks -- and made those who took our advice very happy, as our moneyline, point spread and point total predictions all hit.

Wednesday will be an emotional night at TD Garden with Isaiah Thomas returning as the Washington Wizards' starting point guard. But let's table the emotions for now and focus on nailing those picks again.

Here are our moneyline, point spread and point total picks for Celtics-Wizards, as well as two locks against the spread from around the association.

(All odds provided by WestGate Superbook.)

Washington Wizards at Boston Celtics, 7:30 p.m. ET

Moneyline: The Celtics (-450) have developed a bit of a habit of playing down to their competition. (See: slim wins over the Knicks and Cavs.) But they're still talented enough to beat the Wizards on an off night. Don't get cute here.

Point Spread: Remember when this used to be a fierce rivalry? The Wizards are 1-5 straight up and against the spread in their last six games against Boston and haven't beaten a team above .500 this season. Daniel Theis' injury is cause for mild concern and Thomas could show out, but I'm still picking the Celtics (-9) to cover.

Point Total: The Wizards have allowed more than 120 points in four of their eight games to date. The concern is Washington scoring enough points to reach the lofty 228 point total but the OVER has hit in eight of these teams' last 10 meetings, so I'm riding the hot hand.

Darren's record picking the Celtics' moneyline, point spread and point total: 13-7-1

NBA Locks of the Night

Memphis Grizzlies at Charlotte Hornets (-1.5): The Grizzlies upset the Spurs on the road Monday night (and made me look like a fool in the process), which means they're primed for a letdown game. The Hornets grind out a home win against a bad team to snap a three-game losing streak.

Toronto Raptors (+3) at Portland Trail Blazers: The Raptors pushed as road dogs Monday night, but I like them to win outright here against a Blazers team that's looked very shaky out of the gate and just lost to the Sacramento Kings.

Darren's record picking NBA locks against the spread: 8-5-1

Don’t miss NBC Sports Boston's coverage of Celtics-Wizards, which tips off Monday at 7:00 p.m. ET with Celtics Pregame Live, and then Mike & Tommy have the call of the game at 7:30 p.m. You can also stream the game through the MyTeams App.