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     What if I told you today's award winner had 22 points in 28 minutes with 7 rebounds and 9 assists! That's pretty impressive if you ask me, and I don't care it was against a depleted team. You still need to play the games! There are plenty of teams in the East who are making their living against inferior teams. 

     Rant over, well I know your all waiting for our winner or winners? 

    It's "Downtown Jaylen Brown"! Ho will be a huge piece in winning Banner 18! Dude's game has improved every year, and he's a class act off the court. Thank you Danny Ainge! Many in the media  want there to be  dissent between JB and JT. Thankfully they enjoy playing together. 

     What if I also told you our Coach has his team playing hard-nosed D, one of the tops in the league. Not to mention the offense is taking on a push-the-ball, and space-the-floor feel to it. Along with quick outlets and making the extra pass. Well given how much flack I've given him, Ime Udoka is being awarded the Celtics Sentinel Citation Award along with JB. Ime's vision is playing out, now it's time to beat the upper tier teams and make our way into the top four of the East. 

    The Celtics 8 man rotation is damn solid and come playoff time will be a force. I won't be surprised if they find their way into the ECF. No team in the East is unbeatable not even the Bucks. The Heat and Bulls are good but not that good. How about a Bucks vs Celtics ECF, I'm in. Hey Brad, tell Wyc to pony up and got get us a another piece! 


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