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Time to run over the Bulls in Chicago, can we get payback for earlier in the year.

We have a Wolverine sighting in Chicago as Marcus Smart returns. 

 1st Quarter ☘️

C's begin tonights game by chucking up way too many threes. Excellent timeout by Joe Mazzulla, the C's are flat. C's energy isn't there despite trailing 13-10. Dear Scal misses are not good! How about we go to the hoop instead of jacking up terrible threes. 

C's are starting to move the rock, looking like the offense we know and love. Yet they still can't hit the front side of a barn. Tonight's game reminds me of the other night vs OKC. C's are just staying afloat yet don't have that spark to light the fire. 

Excellent pass from JT to MB for threeeeeeeee!!! Luke the Green Kornet with a hustle contest and draws a foul. Love the C's but they are playing with no pep in their step. Despite that they are down only five, 28-23 Bulls. 

2nd Quarter 

It starts on the defensive end, if the C's can amp it up there, the offense will follow. Just like that we get some Haus Money for THREEEEEEEEE!!! He's starting to become sometime JT relies on. 

Why does tonight feel like a loss already?! Celtics trail by ten, and are showing little to no effort tonight. What a nice jump hook by JB. That's something that should be explored if you are the C's. Let's post JB up! 

Marcus Smart with that special left hand of his for two. C's have cut the lead to 10, hopefully they can make it manageable before the half ends. If the C's can keep forcing DeRozan to shoot threes we are going to come back. 

What an excellent drive by JB! We need more of that tonight! Love the JB step back jumper! How about a JB step back three!!!! 

C's trail 63-50, in what I feel has been their worst half of the year.

3rd Quarter ☘️☘️☘️

That's how you open up the quarter, by forcing a shot clock violation. JB for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Why doesn't anyone follow their damn shot anymore?! Al is just throwing up Brick after Brick!

C's lack of energy continues, as they trail by 18. Every team is going to have games like tonight. It's just not a welcome sight to these eyes. Where's the effort? I believe they left it on the plane. 

In all reality, the Bulls are playing as if tonight's their championship. C's are playing like a team who thinks they can just come out and win. Unfortunately that's not how it works. When your shots don't fall, scrap and claw on D and get too the damn rim! 

The C's shooting tonight is terrible, 37 percent right now and most of those shots are threes. That's why I DON'T like the three, it's fools gold. Their D has been LAZY, where is the team that we know and love? They aren't in Chicago tonight, if anyone C's them let me know. 

C's trail after three 95-79. 

4th Quarter 🍀🍀🍀🍀

Billy Donovan looks like the NBA has ages him. Cs get called for a HORRIBLE FOUL! The lead is down too ten, now it's a game! C's need to keep the D amped up if they want to make this comeback. 

Well at least we got a brief moment of hope. Great steal by the C's to cut this lead to eleven. They still have a punchers chance with almost 7 minutes left tonight. 

MB HITS THE THREEEEEEEE!!! C'S trail by 8, and have shown some 4th quarter grit. Where was it the whole game?! 

Tonight's effort was, unacceptable! This team better check themselves before Wednesday against the Mavs. If they are the team we love, expect greatness! Celtics lose 121-107. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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