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Malcolm Brogdon 6th Man Of The Year?

 Generally if we have learned anything about NBA players is it's about them. Well during a podcast with Woj MB came out and told us how he is willing to accept being a 6th man in order to win. Now if that doesn't get you pumped I don't know what will! He referred to winning games in both Milwaukee and Indiana but now sees his future with a ring in Boston. You have to love a guy who knows at this point it's all about WINNING! 

He also mentioned how he thought he was going to the Wizards in a trade, Kudos to Brad for striking at the last moment and bringing in a guy who can not only give Marcus a break but when needed he could spell JB. The key with MB is health, they need to manage his minutes and save him for a long post season run. What's great about MB is he knows how to push the ball on O. He's a guys Tommy would be on board with. He also has the ability to get to the cup, and when needed can knock down jumpers and threes. 

Can we start the season now?! MB was always a guy who would light the C's up and to now have him on this team the sky is the limit. Imagine a closing lineup of him with the Jays and say Al and Gallo. Who ya gonna guard?! The fact that MB knows how to get guys the ball where they want it can add so much more to both JBs and JTs games. Especially in crunch time! 

There are two things I would like to see the C's do before this season starts is, find another big whether it be from TWill in summer league or a vet we can trade for using the TPE. We need a guy who can spell Al and RWill we need those guys healthy for the playoffs. Also let's go find a wing Brad, that we can have come off the bench to give the Jays a a rest. I hear JRich could be available, I say why not bring him back.

Side note kudos to Matt Ryan for not giving up on his dream, nice way to bring home a win last night. Bleed Green! Celtic Pride!  


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