2009-10 BOSTON CELTICS SCHEDULE RELEASED
Team tip off new season on the road in Cleveland on October 27
BOSTON – The 2009-10 NBA schedule was released to the public today, with the Boston Celtics beginning their new season vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday, October 27 in Cleveland. The Celtics will return home the following day for their home opener at the TD Garden on Wednesday, October 28 vs. the Charlotte Bobcats. The Celtics will face league rivals, the L.A. Lakers at the Garden on Sunday, January 31 and will play their second consecutive Christmas Day game, in Orlando this year, on December 25. Other highlights of the schedule include 2009 Playoff rivals, the Chicago Bulls, coming to Boston on Friday, October 30 and Thursday, January 14 as well as the Orlando Magic on Friday, November 20 and Sunday, February 7. The Cleveland Cavaliers will visit the Garden twice this year on Thursday, February 25 and Sunday, April 4. The Celtics will also host a game on St. Patrick’s Day vs. the New York Knicks on March 17. CLICK HERE for the complete schedule.
Season tickets for the upcoming season are currently sold out in the loge and balcony, however, fans are encouraged to enroll in Club Green, the official fan membership program of the Celtics, to join the season ticket waiting list, as well as receive information on special pre-sale and on sale offers for individual game tickets. Also, a limited amount of Premium Seating season tickets and game night suite rentals are available now by calling the Celtics Sales Office at 866-4CELTIX (866-423-5849) or visit Celtics.com.
Individual game tickets for the 2009-10 season will go on sale Thursday, August 27 at 11 a.m. Fans may purchase by visiting Celtics.com, by calling 800-4NBA-TIX or by visiting the TD Garden Box Office. Tickets start at just $10 for all Celtics home games.
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