The NBA has been locked into its Sunday night game, so it’s time to start your night off with a little NBA nostalgia.
Let’s make a game night countdown that starts with the last game of the 2016-17 season and ends with a new game.
NBA games tonight starts with Sunday, November 30 at 8 p.m.
The game will be streamed live on the NBA.com/live game site.
The game begins with the Brooklyn Nets hosting the Brooklyn Lakers at Barclays Center.
It will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Live Extra from 8 p, ET.
The game will also be broadcast on NBCSN and the NBATV channel, and will be available on the NBADraft.com and NBATv app.
The Brooklyn Nets are in a four-way tie for the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference, according to ESPN.
The Celtics are tied with the Chicago Bulls for the second seed in that conference.
Brooklyn is coming off a disappointing 113-99 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night.
Brooklyn missed nine of its first 10 shots in the game, falling to the Hawks by three points with 9:42 remaining.
Brooklyn’s last victory in the series came on Dec. 17, when the Nets beat Atlanta 104-99.
Brooklin has won nine of 10 games against the Celtics, with the lone loss coming on Dec: 18, 2015, when Boston pulled away for a 114-99 win.
Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas was ejected with 2:13 remaining in the third quarter.
Thomas, who has a career-high 21.5 points per game, scored a career high-tying 20 points.
He had 12 rebounds and four assists.
Thomas is averaging a team-high 26.6 points in the last three games against Brooklyn.
Thomas is shooting 41.8 percent from the field, including 54.6 percent from three-point range.
Thomas’ four-point game was the sixth of his career.
He also made four free throws in the fourth quarter.
Boston is currently sixth in the East with a 54-46 record.
Brooklyn is tied with Brooklyn for the eighth seed in this week’s Eastern Conference standings.