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A Kings Ransom - will the Celtics continue their momentum into a win tonight?

       1st Quarter 

      Open the game with a BANG! BING BANG BOOM JT for Three! JT to JB for THREE! So far consistent ball movement on offense. We need to see a sustained effort to keep the ball moving. If we can do that guys should be able to capitalize. RWill saving another possession on the follow up, getting an uncontested dunk! JT and JB coming out hitting haymakers! Gotta love the start. 

     Where can the Celtics find those missing pieces for the roster?! I feel we all know this team needs a true point guard. That doesn't mean I want the Wolverine gone. This roster also needs shooters who can compliment the Jay Team! We have to be proactive this deadline. Unless Brad knows something we don't about this current roster. Nice play on both ends for the good guys in green! 

      2nd Quarter 

     Need to sustain this lead and intensity. By no means do I expect the Kings to shoot that poorly, but keep this lead at a huge clip. It should be 20 plus throughout most of the game. When you have a bad team by the throat you know what needs to be done. 

     Tatum and Brown leading the way in scoring so far tonight. This is how it should be. Your big dawgs need to eat and feed off off the opponents D. This Kings team doesn't seem to focus too much on D. Both Brown and Tatum should come out tonight with some damn good numbers. As we watch their games mature they do look to get each other involved more often then not. They also look to involve their teammates as well. 

      3rd Quarter 

      Celtics are steamrolling this weak Kings team right off the garden floor. How this Kings team has beaten us a few times over the years is baffling. The way the Jays and team are playing should happen every time we play an inferior team like the Kings. 

     This is the time to remember! If the Celtics are gonna make head way in the standings. Remember these games vs sub five hundred teams. As we all know the East is compact in it's standings. Now is the time for the Celtics to climb up and plant themselves as a team to be reckoned with.

      4th Quarter 

      Anyone in the media, who wants to break up the Jay Team all I have to say is N O NO! We are watching a duo come into its own. Just like Jordan and Pippen had to grow with one another so do our Stars. I am not comparing the Jay Team to those two, I'm just using them as an example of two great individual players who eventually became a hell of a duo winning six rings. They also had the correct players around them. There are certain ingredients you need in every meal to make it delicious and we have those in the Jays.

     Isn't this a nice relaxing feeling as a fan. I remember the glory years of the original Big Three, then the second coming of the Big Three. Those teams had games likes these all the time and what a joy it was to watch. No anxiety or anger, just the enjoyment of watching the beautiful game of basketball. I hope this is an example to this group that when you play mediocre teams you drive them into the ground and just keep burying them.


     This team has had it's ups and downs so far. They do however have an opportunity to get their act in full gear. The roster while not perfect has some decent pieces. The greatest assets we have are named Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Followed by the Wolverine and Rubber band Man RWill. Plus my guy JRich. Along with Amazing Al! Plus everyone else on this roster. Bleed Green My Friends! 


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