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Game 1 A Total Team Win, Never Give Up!


What if I told you that, Steph Curry went off in the first quarter, the Warriors as a team had a dominant third quarter, and JT had an off shooting night. You would probably say we lost, well as you all know by now the Celtics won game 1 of the Finals. 

After Steph Curry went off in the first quarter, these hard, gritty, Celtics were only down by 4. The "Moment" didn't seem to big for them. They responded in the second quarter by ending up with a lead at the half. As a fan I felt good, but we all know this Warriors group has killer third quarters. 

In the third quarter the Celtics were out rebounded, and didn't execute very well. The Warriors were up by as much as 15! That didn't stop us from trusting in their game plan and Coaching from Ime Udoka. What is it about third quarters?! 

As they entered the fourth quarter, they came out with their heads on fire. JB led the charge, this young stud has shown numerous times over these playoffs he can carry this team. Along with Amazing Al who has found the fountain of youth, and DWhite who through the entire game played his butt off spurred and led the comeback. We also saw key shots by the Wolverine and PP go down. Despite not having his shot JT impacted the game passing and playing D. 

Don't get to high or low my dad always tells me whether its a win or lose. With that said these two teams are evenly matched. What stood out to me was defensively there were times the Celtics over powered the Warriors. It wasn't a perfect game for the C's but that's sports. Personally I'm glad all of ESPN picked the Warriors. It can make this storybook season even sweeter. 

The Celtics have done their job and stolen home court, but I'm greedy and want to see them steal Sundays game as well! Anything is possible! This team may not have the experience in the finals but that's a good thing. Sometimes being young and just playing your game without the noise is good. Just ask the 91 Bulls! Settle in Celtics fans it's feeling like a long series! One down and three to go! Celtic Pride! Need Green! 


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