76ers open season at Boston on Tuesday, Wizards open against Heat

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The NBA is back.

The Philadelphia 76ers will open the NBA season by playing at the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m.

The nationally televised match up is a re-match of last year’s Eastern Conference Semifinals that the Celtics took in five games.

Both Boston and Philadelphia are expected to be contenders for a top spot in the Eastern Conference this season.

The Washington Wizards will open up their schedule when the Heat travel to Washington D.C. for a Thursday night game.

Washington is looking to return to the playoffs for the third consecutive season after re-tooling their team during the off season.

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