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It's a cold Friday night can the Celtics warm the heart and come out with a win.

     1st Quarter 

     When JB hits his threes in stride it's as pure as organic honey, so damn sweet! Celtics fans can we give a shout out to Mike Gorman, just love him doing games. Just wish Tommy was still with him. Not an ideal start IMO, this is a weaker less talented team. Celtics should be coming out ready to bury them! 

     RWill with a huge block, yet no fast break off if it? JRich my guy coming in and making stuff happen. Drilling a three like he just struck oil! JRich with another nice offensive set with the floater that touched Heaven where my mom is. I'd like to think she guided that one home.  

     2nd Quarter 

     Celtics are getting rolled, didn't score until 9:30 left in the quarter come on guys. Unacceptable! How can an NBA team be so cold, really I don't get it. Someone needs to get to the rack and score. What is this team, because right now they look like losers. Excellent take by JT getting to the rim and the foul! 

     The fight is there and is finally coming out! Celtic have cut the lead and are playing with heart! They took the lead!!!! I'm never going to be the writer that fills my spots with sensational headlines. What I will do is be honest in my feelings as a Celtic fan. In my heart I love the Celtics and I'm gonna keep it that way. This organization has been a huge part of my sports life. It is a bond I share with my dad and my mom in heaven. I will always be honest in how this brand of ball sucks! 

     3rd Quarter 

     Nice job coming out and dictating pace of play, overall need to applaud how well they have come out this quarter. Need to continue to apply pressure and put them to bed! Overall the Celtics are bringing the attack to the Blazers is what we want to see.

   Some how the Blazers are keeping this game tight! What is going on? I'll tell you it's Coach Chauncey Billups reminding his his team that last time out the Celtics crushed them. Gotta give the Blazers respect for fighting hard tonight.

     4th Quarter    

     Fourth quarter woes, or success?! So far so good, capped off by a PP three! Here we go Celtics fans, let's get it done! We are almost over the hump into becoming a quality team that can compete in the East. This group is in control of their own destiny! Need to play that way every game! 

     Romeo for three! In games like tonight you need those bench guys to come up big and Romeo is earning a lot of Tommy points! PP with another three!!! Celtics have the opportunity to blow the game wide open! Need to close this game out now! CJ McCollum is a nice player. GWill getting the offensive foul! DEFENSE! 

     Where is JRich, he needs to be a part of the closing lineup! How are we tied up? Unreal honestly, need to get things together. Down by one, why? How? I'm at a loss right now, another sad loss. Another terrible loss. There needs to be some changes. 




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