The third round of the first round of playoffs between Brooklyn Nets, the second seed of East, and Boston Celtics, the seventh seed, will be held on May 29, Japan time (28th local time). Nets’ Kyrie Irving will fight in front of the old Celtic fans, but she has revealed her feelings about the expected field. Reporter Marika Andrews of ESPN reports the content. “I’m just focused on fighting with my teammates, and I’m hoping that there’s no engagement or discrimination (with fans) and it’s just basketball.” Held at Celtics’ hometown TD Garden In the third round of the series, it is expected that about 5,000 spectators will be mobilized. As Celtics legend Bill Russell once described as “Boston is a flea market for discrimination,” Celtics fans are known for ridiculing their opponents more than necessary, sometimes using discriminatory terms. ing. Irving left Celtics as a free agent and joined Nets in 2019, but due to the influence of the new coronavirus, it will be the first time to play in front of Celtics fans in Round 3. Although expected to be harsh, Irving behaves calmly and wins, saying, “The spectators may scream unspeakable words, but that’s part of the match and we’ll just focus on what we can control.” To aim for. Irving has now averaged 22.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 53.1% FG success rate in two games in the series, contributing to the team’s second consecutive win. In the third round, which will be held in the enemy’s territory, what kind of play will be shown without pressure from the fans?