NBA Playoffs 2013, Knicks Vs. Celtics Game 5: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Schedule And More

The Boston Celtics came away with a win this weekend to extend their series with the New York Knicks and send things back to the other Garden. Boston was boosted by Jason Terry and the crowd inside TD Garden was stunning, as the Celtics blew a big lead but managed to ride their momentum to an overtime win.

But he question now becomes was that a one-off win for the Celtics or do they have it in them to pull out another game in Madison Square Garden and take this series to a sixth game? The Knicks came back in a big bad way this weekend after trailing big at halftime, but they fizzled in overtime and looked worn out at the end of the game.

Can the Celtics continue to ware down the Knicks, or will it have an inverse effect and cause the Celtics to bottom out in New York on Wednesday evening?

What time do the Knicks and Celtics tip off? We’ve got all of the information you will need to know to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action.

Start time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Location: New York, NY
Venue: Madison Square garden
Series Score: Knicks lead series 3-1
TV Info: TNT
Live Stream: TNT Overtime (may be blacked out in your area)

Here is the schedule for today’s action:

Monday, April 29th
Matchup Time (ET) Channel
Boston Celtics at New York Knicks (Game 5) 7 p.m. TNT
Atlanta Hawks at Indiana Pacers (Game 5) 7:30 p.m. NBA TV
Houston Rockets at Oklahoma City Thunder (Game 5) 9:30 p.m. TNT

We hope that you enjoy Wednesday’s action and check back in with FanSided.com throughout the day and duration of the playoffs as we keep you up to date with the latest news and rumors.

Topics: Boston Celtics, NBA, NBA Playoffs, New York Knicks

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