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Thumping in Philly


     After the destruction of the 76ers, we are starting to see how special this group is. From start to finish the Celtics were on top of their game. We just need our guys to stay healthy! We all know how much we like giving out awards! 

     Tonight's winner had 18 points and 3 rebounds, he also proved that when given a shot to play he can be an asset on this team going forward. Just as he showed us last season! He hustles on each and every play, gives his body up, and just loves playing the game of basketball! His three point shot could be deadly now that he's getting more run out there!



 Congratulations Aaron 3Smith, Nesmith! As fans and reader's we should expect more Celtic Sentinel Citation Awards for him! There's a reason why Danny drafted him, and Brad didn't trade him! Kid can be a weapon off the bench! 


We do have a few honorable mentions, 


Daniel Theis in his return with 9 rebounds, and brought that crash the boards mentality! He contested most shots coming his way as well! He also was called for a few fouls, which were not a surprise! Having DT off the bench is a huge asset going forward. We know have a 3 headed monster at the center position!

I did say a few right?! 


PP now has his opportunity as well off the bench and is making the most of it. He dished out 7 assists and his play was at a high level last night. He as well is showing why he's a valuable piece on this team! Having him as your 2nd/3rd point guard is a luxury. He could be turned into that pass first PG, who also has the ability to nail threes and get to the hoop!

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