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Glen Davis will return to TD Garden on Monday night as his Orlando Magic face off against the Boston Celtics on NBA TV.
The Orlando Magic have been on a pretty good run as of late, but they'll face a pretty game team in the Boston Celtics when the two teams square off in the first of two Monday night games on NBA TV. The Magic should have momentum and maybe eve the inside track on the aging Celtics, however, when they face off in Boston at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The Magic have won their last four games on the road and could poised for a fifth in the homecoming for former Boston Celtics big man Glen Davis. The real story of the game will be to see if Magic center Dwight Howard is able to score 26 points, however, as that will make him the franchise's all-time leading scorer.
The Celtics enter the game winning two of their last three following a five-game losing streak, but their most recent victory came against the Washington Wizards -- the worst team in the league. Ray Allen wasn't able to play in the second half of that win due to what was termed a "jammed ankle," leaving him questionable for Monday's affair.