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I Hear the Deer With a Strong Note of Greek Music

It's never too early, and gaze at the standings, at least not for me! Maybe it's OCD or just the love I have for the C's. The Celtics have been challenged early on this season, breaking in a new Coach and not having a solid big. Al is limited in his minutes and Rob is hurt. 

We see teams like the Cavs who look good now, but in my opinion will eventually come back to earth. Mitchell looks good but his post season failures are noted. Expect the same this year. Teams like Toronto, Atl, Philly, and even Mia are all just posers. Good in flashes but when it counts flop like LeBron. 

Which leads me to why I'm writing this article. This Bucks team led by Giannis is just straight solid! Like a brick house! They are currently undefeated and doing this without Middleton. Wait till they get him back, my goodness. This team took the C's to seven games last year. This is the team we need to watch and study because I believe they will be waiting for us in the ECF. 

It's clear what the C's are missing and it's RWill. Put him into last night's game and C's win by at least 7. We need a healthy Rob if we are going to beat these Bucks. A healthy Rob equals the finals and Banner 18. Dear Brad GET A BIG! What we have isn't working, Kornet looks slow, Vonleh barely plays and Al seems a step off. I know it's the regular season, and it's the post season that means the most. Yet let's do what's needed and grab a big. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

Food for thought, Marcus seemed to be dumb founded by the prospect of Ime coaching the Nets. I am as well, Wyc suspended him for a year, yet you let him walk and get another job?! Something isn't right, especially if you are keeping your players in the dark. It seems to me the C's players thought he may come back after a year?! 


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