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Anything else going to try to derail this season?

Did anyone in the Celtics organization have a black cat walk by them? Or does anyone own one, black cats are beautiful, but there is that saying about them. With everything going on with these Celtics you have to wonder if that the case. They had an amazing off season grabbing two guys who could put this team over the top. Then it seems all chaos has exploded...

We see one of their newest additions in DG go down and tear his ACL playing for his home country of Italy. We then see the Celtics choose not to replace what they were getting in him, which is a scorer off the bench who could stretch the floor. I guess we will see if that's Sam Hauser. 

Next RWill needs another surgery, slash clean up of his knee. Keeping him out four to six weeks I believe. We are already rhin in the big department given his injuries and Al's age. Hello I heard Wyc say to spend yet we haven't gone and grabbed another big which we need. Instead we are bringing guys in and throwing spaghetti against the wall to see if it sticks. 

Wake up this morning and Ime Udoka is facing a suspension from the team because of their rules. We are hearing he had a relationship with a fellow coworker, which is frowned upon. I would hope the Celtics do what they feel is right, but not go over the top, from what we know it was a mutual relationship. 

Any more black cats want to come across this year's addition of the Boston Celtics?! Through all of these early road blocks I still feel the Celtics will find a way to raise Banner 18. I truly hope Wyc is blowing smoke up our behinds in regards to spending. We need another player or two! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 



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