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Tonight versus Charlotte needs to be a win for Boston

      Is tonight a must win, this writer feels it's a winnable game. Last time the Celtics played the Hornets they had their opportunity to come out on top and failed. Looking at the EC standings - all these teams are beatable, and not to much separates the Celtics from the top 4. Six games from the top spot, not insurmountable, even if they get into the top four or five would be nice. 

     With that said, this schedule in Feb has a lot of winnable games. Now is the time to make that climb and put together a few wins in a row, dare I say a winning streak! Both JT and JB have been playing well with each other along with RWill, and The Wolverine. Now we need Brad to go make a move or two. 

     Let's not give up on this season, I hear and see some fans want it to be blown up, get into the lottery, restart the franchise. You don't do that when you have the talents of JB and JT. You just don't! Unless your getting the Greek in return. 

    As I'm writing, I've decided tonight is a must win, time to show the Hornets your the better team. Bleed Green!

   Side note: Congrats to Tom Brady on his retirement. Thank you for all those years in New England, showing what true greatness is. I remember the old Patriot teams who sucked, early 90s. We will never see another player come through the Patriots organization, with all he brought and did for us as fans. Been a fan since Michigan and till the end. Enjoy retirement. 


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