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The Time Is Now! Growth is a must!

Growth and what it means to the success of the Celtics, led by JT and JB better known as the Jays! Over their careers here in Boston we have witnessed success and failures, each of these things has led us to here, 2 wins away from Banner 18. The time is now for this team and these two studs. What they need to do in their games will dictate if this season ends in a much better fashion than last year. 

JB has shown he can go off at the drop of a hat, getting to the rim, hitting jumpers and nailing threes. We need to see him work on his handles, passing and defense and become elite at them. If he is as special as I believe his game will continue to evolve. If I'm Brad and ownership I'm offering him a max deal whenever he's ready. Last season he grew so much as a player and this season will be an even greater jump to becoming a guy we hold as an all time great Celtic. 

JT has shown he can go toe to toe with anyone! He has the skills to get to the rim, is able to hit jumpers, and can be deadly from three. His post up game and Jordan esque fade away need work but can become elite. We saw a huge step in his ability to pass the rock and expect that to become even greater this season. Defensively he's getting there, and can be a top tier defender if he wants. He as well as JB should be an all time great Celtic some day. I fully expect number 0 and 7 to be in the Garden rafters. 

As these two studs grow and flourish so will this year's Celtics team. As they become even greater in their skills so will the teams. Imagine when they take that next step in their games who are teams going to stop?! Along with this talented roster Banner 18 is a must! Add a few more pieces, stay healthy and play with heart and fire on D, continue to evolve on O and the sky is the limit! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 



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