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CELTICS FANS ARE A FAMILY

I am on Twitter right now and I am reading post after post about people being all jacked up for the game tonight.  I feel the same way.  Can't wait.  It is the first game of the season and plenty of us are excited like it is Super Bowl Sunday with TB12 going for #7.  Why is that I wonder?  Let's consider some possible reasons....

1. Kyrie is gone.  The wicked witch is dead.  The stank has been removed.  Phrase it however you want but I think most Green Teamers are just glad to have our team back. (PS can't wait until that turd comes to play us in Boston)

2. Jaylen resigned and wants to be here.  Hayward and Tatum and Kemba are all ready to go!  The youngsters look like legit potential players.  And Enes Kanter just seems like a dude we all want to root for with everything we got. It is great to actually like the guys you root for!!!

3. Brad Stevens and Danny Ainge seem like the smartest guys in the room.  This is the year they have been building up to.  Now is our time.  And we all know it.....even if the rest of the country doesn't.  Something about being the underdog gets me jacked up.

And 4. I hate the 76ers.  I hated them in the 80s when Dr J sucker punched Larry Bird.  I hated them in the 90s and 2000s when they sucked.  I hated them when they traded with us to move up to draft Markelle Fultz lol.  And I hate them today.  I still can't believe Al Horford went there to play with those losers.  Blows my mind.

Let's walk right into their building to start the season and show them what's up.

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