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Another coming of age game?!


   Celtics have trailed by as many as 17 tonight, slowly they have chipped away in the third quarter to tie it. Nets found themselves with a five point lead after the 3rd. Neither KD or Kyrie the Quitter have played very well from what I've seen. The Celtics D has done their job against the NBA's elite. It's games like Sunday and tonight that truly define a team. Will the Celtics make the comeback in the fourth. Sorry about missing the first half. Special church services in the Orthodox church this week. 

  Not a good start as Curry nails a dagger three. Kid can be deadly out there, sloppy play so far. PP with a pull up two, getting things going for the C's. You have to love this kids grit! He has the skills and confidence to be a winner. Can we talk about JTs D on KD, forcing him to shots with a hand in his face. Let's also compliment JT for his passing hitting JB for three! 
 
  JB gets to the rack and we are all tied up! Love that kid and his aggressiveness. Celtics now force a TO on KD! PP with a huge jumper and the Celtics have the Lead!!!!! The Garden is rocking, JB just abused Kyrie and gets the duece!  JB just abused KD with a three in his face! This Celtics team has come alive, there's been an awakening have you felt it! 

  Celtics ball movement has been great in the fourth, JT has been passing with a Birds eye tonight. Looks like he's been studying Larry Bird. The way the Celtics are hounding and frustrating KD is spectacular. A 16-4 run up to this point. JT with a runner to increase the lead to nine. JT for threeeeeeeeee! Celtics are now up by 12! What a turn around for this team! 

   Refs are personally escorting KD to the line right now. Sadly it's gonna be this way in Brooklyn the next two games. Marcus the Wolverine Smart with a left handed shot off the glass! And just like that your beloved Celtics have won the game! Another coming of age movie for this team! Bleed Green! Go get em in Brooklyn! 
   

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