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Anyone else missing the C's?!

I know the NBA is a long season and this Celtics team sure needs rest. As a fan I'm feeling a little lonely without any Celtics basketball until tomorrow night. Last we saw this team they were watching the self proclaimed goat writhe on the floor like a toddler having a tantrum. Looking for a foul after he clearly traveled. A guy who wants to win so bad that he and Mr Glass sat out as his team lost to the Nets. Winning doesn't matter to him or the Lakers, what matters is this scoring record. The greats never play for stats, they play for wins. 

Rant over because I could go on and on as to how he has ruined the game I love. 

What's discouraging about this team is they play to the level of their opponents. That's why they lost to Orlando, Miami, and New York. I also see a bit of boredom too, do they believe they are that good?! To achieve the ultimate goal you need to put the work in every night. 

What's encouraging about this team, is when they move the ball, it's unstoppable! As we saw the other night, if they lock in on D they can be stout! They have a deep rosters that has been very beneficial to them. I still feel they have to add a big and wing. If Wyc is all in, allow Brad to grab the rest of the pieces necessary to win Banner 18. 

Watching Malcolm Brogdon on a regular basis, shows me he's going to come up huge in the playoffs. He's the sixth man of the year IMO! There have been games that he has impacted where it leads us to victory. He's everything and more to this team! I also enjoy seeing him close out games, his decision making is top notch! 

Next up for the C's we get the Brooklyn Nets and I hope we crush em! Expect Kyrie to crumble under the lights as C's fans will great him warmly. After all this rest the C's may have some rust, but once they shake it off watch out! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

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