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Motown Comes To Boston , 112-111 loss for Celtics breaks 9-game winning streak

 With an opportunity to win their 10th game in a row, the goal is simple, DESTROY Detroit! 


1st Quarter 

 Celtics D sets the tone and tells the rookie Cade Cunningham get that shot out of here! JB tends to be Mr 1st Quarter, coming out landing HayMakers. If the Celtics can grab the lead and put the pistons to bed early that would be a great way to head into All Star Weekend. Celtics ball movement look good so far tonight!

  We have a team that moves the ball and plays D?! Talk about a dream come true! The way the Celtics are playing is a joy to watch, the vibe and flow of this team is turning into something special. The Pistons have come to play tonight, with that said time to amp it up and make em feel unworthy to be on the floor with you. Daniel Theis gets welcomed back by the Boston fans! 

2nd Quarter 

Payton Pritchard and Aaron Nesmith are going to continue to see time on the floor. Be ready for both of them to make that jump into becoming key players on this Celtics roster. Aaron can become a pin point shooter, he's also willing to give up his body for this team. Payton can be a pass first PG, another guy willing to give up his well being to succeed.
GWills maturation and growth this season are spectacular! His three point shot is deadly. His D is stout, and his basketball IQ is up there. Label me in the summer as someone who didn't know if G had a spot on this team. Now label me as a guy who wants him and feels can be a key contributor to a playoff run. He is clearly a special talent and a willingness to do whatever it takes. 

3rd Quarter

Al Horford has been solid this season. Almost averaging a double-double this season. He will end up playing an even bigger role in the post season. His return to Boston has been monumental! He does a little of everything, he's like a great chef who uses so many ingredients to maximize flavor. 

 Way to close right now, Celtics need to get it going. What is going on right now, I know not all games are going to be 48 point wins. With that said come on fellas, get it in gear. Need to see tighter D, because right now it's making me sick. For some reason Bey always plays out of his mind vs us. It's extremely annoying, because you rarely hear about him, until he plays us. 

4th Quarter

Not very pleased to be trailing by one, can we get things going and make some stops on D?? String together some nice offensive sets. Build up a lead and never look back! This feel right now isn't very good. Thanks to GWill and Mr Hustle Nesmith we have a fighting chance! 

Derrick White, is built in the mold of Marcus Smart. Making huge defensive plays out there! Right now everyone is contributing out there. Al knocking down a three, JB and JT doing their thang! Need to close this out! Tatum to the rack with a huge JAM! Earlier in the 4th the feel of this game felt like the beginning part of the season. A sign of how this team has matured is why they are now in the lead. It's tight and coming down to the last shot tonight. Disappointing end. 


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