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I'm sure everyone came across this from Downtown Jaylen Brown. A telling picture of Ime Udoka and malcontent Kevin Durant. In my eyes it's a shot fired from JB to Ime because of what happened this summer. Someone wanted KD to join the C's and my guess is it was Ime Udoka. Udoka was the one who couldn't get over his infatuation with KD. 

He was willing to destroy the run the C's have with the Jays by asking for KD. JB knew this, and this is his way of saying you get what you wish for! Now what is Ime getting in the Nets a team that doesn't defend, and offensively is pretty basic. Led by an aging KD, and very disturbing individual in Kyrie Irving. Both of whom called Celtics fans racist, yet it's ok for Kyrie to propagate against Jewish people. 

These Nets are nothing more than fodder, they can make the playoffs but will get knocked out in the first round. My hope is either the C's or Bucks get them in the first round and put them out of their misery. Steve Nash deserved better than having to coach these two overrated stars. The way the Nets hav constructed their roster is weak in many areas. Other than the Lakers, you couldn't ask for a better team to root against! 

PS Ime, JB and JT are out to prove it wasn't just you. They both were good before you came here, and will even greater now that you are gone! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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