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Tomorrow is a big game? Maybe not?! Heck no it's a huge game!

The Boston Celtics are first in the East and have the best record in the NBA. The Golden State Warriors are sixth in the West and are at .500.... Earlier this season we saw the Celtics get punched in the gut by these same Warriors who won Banner 18 on our turf. Do they own space in the Celtics heads? Anyone else sick of hearing about Draymond Green and Klay Thompson crapping on Boston and the fans?! It irks me down to my core that they have a title over us. 

You can down play the game tomorrow night, but for me it's a proving ground that we are truly on a mission. Last year's finals defeat hurts like hell, I know winning tomorrow doesn't make up for that series loss. Yet seeing the best team in the league with the best player in the league beating these Warriors matters. I want to see the Celtics play a complete game on both ends. If they can shut down Curry it's like cutting off the head of a snake! Throw multiple defenders at him, Marcus, DWhite and MB! 

I fully expect JT to make up for some poor performances with a stellar game! Also watch as how MBs impact on the game shows he was what the doctor ordered in regards to what we were missing last year. I hope the Garden is amped up and ready to go at those thinned skinned Warriors. In a respectable manner of course. Let's see how having a new Coach impacts this game in comparison to the Finals. No more Ime, while Joe assumes the spotlight. This could be a preview of this year's Finals. I hate saying it given there are better teams out West but these Warriors know how to win. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Banner 18! Kick the Warriors ...! ☘️🏀🍀



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