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Preseason Game Thoughts The Knights Knotes

 Is it me or hearing Mike Gorman's voice is comforting?! Celtics pushing the ball off of missed shots is what I like to see. JB getting to the rack after taking contact and rocking the rim is something I expect most of the year. JB hitting his patented jumpers and even going deep for three are all huge weapons. If he cleans up his handles and develops passing efficiently watch out! Not to mention his overall essence on the floor will exponential! 

Listening to Coach Mazzulla prior to the start of the game, the fact he said he's defensive minded I truly love it! During an break listening to Abby Chin about Coach it's about faith, family, and basketball for him. To be honest that's the order for me as well. Expect him to get the most out of this group defensively! Even more so than last season under Coach Udoka.

Malcolm Brogdon welcome officially to the Boston Celtics, how great it is to see you with us as opposed to seeing you kill us. MB joins the Wolverine, Al, JB and JT talk about a closing lineup I can get behind. How about JT with the side step and sick crossover to draw a foul. It's all about the little things people. The Celtics should excel in those areas. If they want to win Banner 18! 

JT to JB oops I can definitely get used to! I love watching these two young studs grow together, this is what it's all about. Celtics should do anything in their power to keep them in Boston their whole damn careers.

He may not be playing but I am excited about seeing Blake Griffin take the floor as a Celtic, just as Als career was reinvigorated expect Blake's to be as well. He's a hard worker on D, he's a good passer and when need be can get a complimentary bucket.

Side note, there should be a drinking game for everytime Scal tells us it's a preseason game! My goodness Scal! If Hauser and PP can be consistent from deep,the NBA better watch it. With a team that already passes the ball well, having two knock down shooters to get it to, oh my! As Tommy used to say Bing Bang Boom! 

Saw a lot of good things from this game, but there is work to be done! Bring this fire to every game and the NBA is gonna be chasing their tails. Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Banner 18! 


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