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A back to back in OKC


1st Quarter

If we were in the early portion of the season, I would suggest this could be a trap game. With how this team has been playing lately I fully expect to see their best despite being shorthanded. No Wolverine or RWill but I feel other guys will step up. I would focus in on PP tonight. 

PP is guy who now knows his role, and he is truly flourishing! His three point shot is LIGHTS OUT! His passing skills are growing, and he isn't afraid to get into the paint either. Defensively despite his size he's ready to step up against anyone. What's crazy is he didn't get much run early on yet look at him seize the moment he's been given lately. 

2nd Quarter 

What is the Jays ceiling, can they win multiple rings? I've always felt they can have a Jordan/Pippen affect on the league. Maybe not 6 titles, but at least a few! Each of them can become not only Celtic greats, but HOFs! Wouldn't it be nice to see their numbers in the rafters? Absolutely! I've been lucky enough to see them both live multiple times and they have that it factor! 

Overall this West Coast swing has been spectacular! The way this team has played like a team is music to Celtics fans eyes and ears! On both ends it's been a clinic on offense and defense. What gets me going the most is the defense! As great as it is to score the rock, shutting down your opponent is the best feeling! Not going to lie but Scal and Perk have been decent to listen to. 

3rd Quarter

JTs ability to drive to the hoop and score has become super impressive and an asset to his game. Watching him mature this season has been a joy. As Celtics fans we have to remember that we are now watching a young man ascend into a great all around player. Yet he's still growing as a great player, the greats never stop honing their game! 

JB can cut with the best of them, off a nice pass from JT he got to the rack. Let's talk about how his game is growing as well. His game is becoming more all around. He drives with authority, hits the tweener jumpers and can be deadly from three. He like JT isn't afraid to crash the boards. We do need to see more passing out of him. Like JT he continues to work and improve his game! 

4th Quarter 

Celtics have a commanding lead, as we start the fourth. The way these guys trust in one another is a huge asset going into the playoffs. A team that can trust one another is a team you don't want to mess with. No matter who gets the ball there is confidence that they will score and or make the right play. 

Who do our readers fear in the East? Share your thoughts with us, the team I fear.... Yes you guessed it the team led by the Greek! Over the years their matchups have always been close and we'll worth the price of admission! The Greek and Middleton always give their best against the Celtics. Not to mention you can underestimate the heart of a champion. With that said if they matchup Celtics in 7!

Bleed Green Celtics Fans! 


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