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凯尔特人队今晚可能对阵迈阿密队 Kǎi ěr tè rén duì jīn wǎn kěnéng duìzhèn mài'āmì duì


 对于今晚对阵迈阿密热火队的比赛,波士顿凯尔特人队可能要穿上联盟最少的八名球员。在撰写本文时,The Green只有八名球员被列为“有空”比赛。他们是:

Duìyú jīn wǎn duìzhèn mài'āmì rèhuǒ duì de bǐsài, bōshìdùn kǎi ěr tè rén duì kěnéng yào chuān shàng liánméng zuìshǎo de bā míng qiúyuán. Zài zhuànxiě běnwén shí,The Green zhǐyǒu bā míng qiúyuán bèi liè wèi “yǒu kòng” bǐsài. Tāmen shì:

Carsen Edwards

Tacko Fall

Aaron Nesmith

Payton Pritchard

Marcus Smart

Jeff Teague

Daniel Theis

Tremont Waters


Jayson Tatum先前被报告因COVID协议而停用10-14天,现在被列为“可疑”。 Jaylen Brown和Semi Ojeleye和Javonte Green都被认为是“有问题的”。
Jayson Tatum xiānqián bèi bàogào yīn COVID xiéyì ér tíng yòng 10-14 tiān, xiànzài bèi liè wèi “kěyí”. Jaylen Brown hé Semi Ojeleye hé Javonte Green dōu bèi rènwéi shì “yǒu wèntí de”.

肯巴·沃克(Kemba Walker)和罗密欧·兰福德(Romeo Langford)在受伤恢复后仍处于闲置状态,而特里斯坦·汤普森(Tristan Thompson),罗布·威廉姆斯(Rob Williams)和格兰特·威廉姆斯(Grant Williams)仍通过COVID-19协议“出局”。
Kěn bā·wòkè (Kemba Walker) hé luōmì'ōu·lán fú dé (Romeo Langford) zài shòushāng huīfù hòu réng chǔyú xiánzhì zhuàngtài, ér tè lǐ sītǎn·tāngpǔsēn (Tristan Thompson), luóbù·wēilián mǔ sī (Rob Williams) hé gélántè·wēilián mǔ sī (Grant Williams) réng tōngguò COVID-19 xiéyì “chūjú”.

迈阿密怎么样?迈尔斯·伦纳德(Meyers Leonard)因脖子疲劳而成为“比赛时间的决定者”。这似乎是他们的唯一伤亡,但是在潜伏着COVID的情况下,这些决定几乎变成了每分钟。
Mài'āmì zěnme yàng? Mài ěr sī·lún nà dé (Meyers Leonard) yīn bózi píláo ér chéngwéi “bǐsài shíjiān de juédìng zhě”. Zhè sìhū shì tāmen de wéiyī shāngwáng, dànshì zài qiánfúzhe COVID de qíngkuàng xià, zhèxiē juédìng jīhū biàn chéngle měi fēnzhōng.

这里唯一明显的亮点是,凯尔特人队的球迷可能会看到年轻人在艰苦的比赛中花费大量的时间进行测试。

内史密斯可能每场比赛记录超过13分钟(他平均每场比赛超过3场比赛),而我们可能会看到两人两用的塔克和特里蒙特都比平时的11或12分钟更多了。这将是对球员及其团队的真正考验。应该很有趣。
Zhèlǐ wéiyī míngxiǎn de liàngdiǎn shì, kǎi ěr tè rén duì de qiúmí kěnéng huì kàn dào niánqīng rén zài jiānkǔ de bǐsài zhōng huāfèi dàliàng de shíjiān jìnxíng cèshì.

Nèi shǐmìsī kěnéng měi chǎng bǐsài jìlù chāoguò 13 fēnzhōng (tā píngjūn měi chǎng bǐsài chāoguò 3 chǎng bǐsài), ér wǒmen kěnéng huì kàn dào liǎng rén liǎng yòng de tǎ kè hé tè lǐ méngtè dōu bǐ píngshí de 11 huò 12 fēnzhōng gèng duōle. Zhè jiāng shì duì qiúyuán jí qí tuánduì de zhēnzhèng kǎoyàn. Yīnggāi hěn yǒuqù.

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