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A Wizardly Performance?! The Celtics look to Bounce Back

 


It's STARTS ON D! Let's Grab Some Boards tonight please!

1st Quarter ☘️

Run! Run! Run! Time to get back on a winning note! JT opens up the night with THREEEEEEEEE! JT for threeeeeeeee again!!!! Scoring hasn't been an issue, it's been our D. This Wizards team is truly inferior and we need to make sure they know it. JB with a threeeeeeeee from down town! The Jays are hot tonight! Just like that another JT for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Love that they are fitting their shots, but don't get mesmerized by the three. Guess what another Brown from down town threeeeeeeee!

The Celtics offense has been led so far by the masterful Jay Team! When these two studs have it going no one can guard them! We just need to see them be consistently good thru four quarters. Yes they will have ups and downs during the game but we need to see that overall flow throughout! 

The Celtics have carved up this Wizards team like a thanksgiving turkey! Celtics lead 34-15 after one!

2nd Quarter πŸ€πŸ€

The Celtics need a big to stem the tide until RWill gets back. I love the hustle from guys like Vonleh and Kornet but they are not the answer. Blake Griffin is another solid player but not the big we are looking for. Brad needs to go out there and grab a guy who can give us more at that position! 

DWhite is becoming a guy I truly love to watch. We need to see him score more consistently, but his D and basketball IQ are definitely his strongest attributes! We will look back on the trade for him and smile for years to come! 

The C's continue to keep their foot on the gas pedal and are wiping the floor with the Wizards. The one thing I worry about is if they get complacent which they have in the past. Celtics lead 58-47 after the second 

3rd Quarter ☘️☘️☘️

The Wolverine is one of my favorite players, but he needs to limit shooting threes. On some nights he's on other nights it's like he's building a brick house! Stick to playing hard core D and passing that rock! 

JTs game continues to evolve into a beautiful masterpiece. As Celtics fans we should enjoy the path he's on, and get to witness the growth of a future legend. His rebounding has improved, his D is getting better and his passing is becoming elite. 

The defense is playing much better so far, they are moving their feet and have active hands. They are closing out on shooters, which is key! Like I've always said defense wins championships! 

C's are continuing to push the pace and the lead looks good! Celtics lead 87-68 after three! 

4th Quarter πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€

I know we all remember Malcolm Brogdon coming into the Garden and lighting us up. Now watching him as a Celtic is a joy. He can pass, score and defend! He's so smooth out there and just knows how to play this beautiful game! 

It's nice to PP get some run tonight, he may be undersized but the kid has no fear. He's willing to get dusty on D, and offensively he's very gifted. He just needs more time out there and he will pay dividends! 

Nice bounce back win for the C's after that kick in the gut overtime loss on Friday. Celtics Beat the Wizards 112-94! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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