We looked inside some of the tweets by @TimBontemps and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The Celtics say Jayson Tatum remains out for tomorrow’s game against the Sixers.
In addition to Carsen Edwards and Romeo Langford both remaining out, Aaron Nesmith is questionable with back spasms. Given Tatum is working out in Boston, without any setbacks the next day or two seems likely he’d return Sunday against Cleveland. https://t.co/rbJD7lWbwO
According to YES Network, last night's Nets-Cavs game was the network's most-viewed Nets telecast since LeBron and the Cavs played against Brooklyn and KG and Pierce in 2014.
This was the night players on both teams wore “I CANT BREATHE” shirts in the wake of the death of Eric Garner, and Prince William and Princess Kate were in attendance. In short, there was a lot happening that night. https://t.co/BwaoodcgjV
Since the offseason started in mid-November, there have been over 250 transactions-ranging from trades, the draft and free agent signings. Here are the transactions that have made the biggest impact early in the 2020-21 season. https://t.co/sy2juc9FDt
ESPN Sources: In NBA's postponement of three consecutive Memphis Grizzlies games, there's come an evolution in league's handling of COVID-19 scenarios -- essentially parking a team and taking them out of circulation once a roster's been exposed to virus. https://t.co/ltdOU49RiT
After 3: Celtics 92, Sixers 86. Joel Embiid has had double figures in each quarter, and has 36 overall, but the rest of the Sixers are a combined 18-49. Boston, meanwhile, is led by 24 from Jaylen Brown, while Kemba Walker and Marcus Smart has 19 and Daniel Theis has 17.
Something else to watch: Ben Simmons has five fouls after getting two charges late in the third quarter. https://t.co/Suy9TXcpXY