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Mile High Night Game as the C's visit Denver


 1st Quarter ☘️

C's first possession gets lost in the Mile High air! JB opens up the scoring with a pure three point shot! JB gets to the rack with ease and scores. JB is not only an All Star player but he deserves to start! 

C's defense seems to be M I A.... 

C's are a bit three happy right now, let's settle down and right the ship. JB just faked KCP out of his jock. Great job by Marcus Smart posting up and scoring. 
Other than JB, the C's have no offense tonight.

C's have no answer for Jokic inside. Tonight's going to be a dog fight, need to watch the C's play some D! The Nuggets are shooting 68 percent. Celtics trail 37-28.


2nd Quarter 🍀🍀

C's are starting to push back and chip into the Nuggets lead. C's have missed quite a few easy ones tonight. Let's hope they can start putting these shots in the cup. 

Just like that the Nuggets are increasing their lead. Tonight feels like they are gonna their doors blown off. Where is the C's offense tonight?!

Do the C's have a run in them?! They should, but seem to be a step slow tonight. Need to see JT light it up, which can bring us back into the game. 

Just feels like an uphill climb, that may not have us getting any closer tonight. This Nuggets team came in locked and loaded. 

There doesn't seem to be a very good flow on offense right now. Very choppy, and way too many turnovers. Need to come out of the half with some adjustments. Celtics trail 62- 54. 

3rd Quarter ☘️☘️☘️

JT with a HAMMER jam! The Cs are looking to make this comeback happen! The C's three point percentage is terrible tonight. 

Here's a novel idea, if the threes aren't falling stop shooting them! This team gets fixated on the three and it hurts them in the long run. They are lucky to be in striking distance. It starts on D, then attacking the rim. 

JB attacks the rim, and guess what he scores easily. JT attacks and gets to the line! They still have a shot but need a good run. 

We are seeing bits and pieces of good ball movement. Yet it's not enough, as the lead hits fourteen. Way too many missed threes and turnovers tonight. That is not a recipe for success. Celtics trail 98-85.

4th Quarter 🍀🍀🍀🍀

The C's defense is scrambling out there, the Nuggets have them on their heels. I don't believe the C's look at Denver, as a tough matchup. Seeing how tonight they took them lightly. 

This feels like a prove it game for the Nuggets. I'm not saying the Celtics aren't competitive but it's just not their same fire. I know all the missed threes have hurt them tonight. 

Despite all the C's fans tonight being attendance, the Celtics just aren't performing. Unfortunately there are going to be games like this where it's just not your night. 

I'm sure as fans of any sport sometimes it's not your night as a fan. I saw the Bruins, and Wolverines lose yesterday and now the C's. It happens. Good news is the Patriots won only to probably get crushed next week vs the Bills. If by some chance they do make the playoffs, they will get run off the field. 

Well C's fans, we have the Nets and Bucks on our heels. Need to try to regroup and beat the Thunder on Tuesday night. My prediction is we will. If not I'll be writing my emotions out for all to see! 

What is going on with the Celtics rim?! Guys are on ladders and they have levels out?! Should this game be under protest?! 

Celtics fall short and lose to Denver. 


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