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The Sentinel Citation Award from last night goes To?

      After their first win of the season we look at those players or player who gave it their heart, and bleed green out there. Luckily for this team we have a few! Yes you guessed it it's steady as they go Al Horford and Dennis The Pest Shroeder! 

     According to Jayson Tatum, Al looked young out there today. For those fans who watched the game we saw Al be aggressive on both ends. His hands were very active defensively.  He had 3 steals, 3 blocks and a double double. Kinda makes you wish he never left to go to Philly. He just looks right in green and his play backs it up. 

     DS, aka The Pest, Shroeder is everything you could want to annoy the other team. He's lighting quick, gets to the hoop and can knock down some shots. He had 18 points 5 rebounds and 5 assists. He shot 50 percent from the field. He also had one steal. And his fight to regain the ball he had stolen from him tells us about the fight in this slender guard.I think having him with Smart is a good option. It's double the annoyance for the other teams. 

     Celtics fans, we here at this smoking hot site want your opinion when it comes to our choice or choices as the Sentinel Citation Award winner. Ultimately we try look at who Tommy Heinsohn would give his Tommy points to in a way to honor him. Tommy is missed by all, especially us. To Bleed Green is give your basketball heart and soul to the Celtics. That is what Tommy did and what our award in honor of him means. 


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