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Can The Celtics wash away the Wizards

      1st Quarter 
      So far the Celtics are coming out with purpose. If this team doesn't play with purpose the season may be lost. If they can find some motivation and purpose this could turn into a very special season. With that said play some stinking D! How about a shout-out for GWill nailing threes like Steph Curry. 
      And just like that the lead has shriveled up. This group can't handle a lead at all. I miss the Big Three, both versions. I'm sorry but today's brand of basketball is trash. Until we get a coach who is willing to embrace quality basketball we are going to struggle. 

      2nd Quarter 

     We need an overhaul of our other pieces.  JB and JT are in it for the long haul. Can a GM and Coach actually maximize this these two?  Right now Brad and Ime are not. We needed a real GM and Coach and we got rookies in that area. Unacceptable! 

    Will we actually find a real point guard? That would be nice,  because right now we are not there. Let's get some moves made and bring some new guys in here. Currently constructed this roster isn't getting it done. Although we have a lead which is huge. JT balling out with 31 in the first half! 

      3rd Quarter 

       A Lead and they are expanding it?! Here we go! Can I sign us up for this kind of play all the time! Taking it to a team that isn't on your level despite records. Hey Bradley Beal why don't you get your behind here to join the Jay Team! 

     Is Marcus Smart the answer to playing soft? Has the Wolverine brought the heart and soul back to Boston?! Celtics by 20 rolling the Wizards like a cheap trick. Tatum is playing like a man amongst boys today. The question I have is will this game spur a nice win streak. Let's look at how great JT has been, anyone wanting to trade him is out of their mind. 

       4th Quarter 

      Nice to see them stay strong in the fourth. Talk about a huge win. Need to keep this going! Bleed Green

     Tatum with 51, numbers aren't everything but the fact he played like a guy in fire is promising. Time for him to ascend to greatness even more! With him we get a shot at banner 18, without no chance.



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