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What an impressive accomplishment!

In last night's impressive win against a great Pelicans team led by CJ McCollum who was unreal the two Jays did something special. Something that hasn't been done in 33 years! Why is 33 special well duh it's Larry Joe Birds number! Ok back to what went down last night. JT and JB were both able to score 30 plus points while grabbing 10 boards! 

Anyone remember the last time that was done by the C's??? It was Reggie Lewis and Kevin McHale! Talk about two special Celtics right there! Kevin McHale was unstoppable, there wasn't a post move he didn't invent! Reggie Lewis was a growing star and his game was becoming one of the best! We all know what happened to Reggie. One of the saddest days of my sports life. 

Enjoy these special moments fans, I'm not about stats, I'm about winning. This however is pretty damn special. This will be a game we remember as the Celtics continue towards the number one seed and eventually Banner 18. 

In a separate impressive stat......

This is from the other night, now that he's reaching this company in stats all that's left is a title or two or three! I knew this kid was special from the start! Enjoy the ride C's fans, there are way too many negative C's people out there. Sit back and marvel at watching an incredible young man play the beautiful game of basketball. 

Currently speaking after last night's game JT has now run off 13 games in a row with 25 plus points. Which also sets him in some great company that include Bird and Hondo! The more we watch this young man, the more stats and Celtics records he will hold. Is his ceiling being a top five Celtic of all time? Top ten?! Like I said earlier all he needs now are rings! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Banner 18! 


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