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All about getting down to business

Best record in the league ✅

Best player in the league ✅

Best duo in the league ✅

Best sixth man in the league ✅

I could go on and on... We have the deepest team from top to bottom. We have dealt with so many injuries this season and yet are the team to beat. Now it's time to get down to business! 

What remains to be done is making sure to secure home court while staying healthy. It all starts tomorrow night vs the Indiana Pacers who we owe some payback too! Disclaimer I do not like the format of the All Star game, picking teams what is this third grade kickball?! They play no defense and it's uncompetitive! With that said watching JT and JB brought joy to my basketball heart. 

In my humble opinion we have about five teams that legit give me nightmares. Starting with the Bucks, Suns, Warriors, Clippers and Nuggets. With that said we can beat all of those teams in a seven game series, they will be dog fights but we will prevail! 

Not sure about any of our readers but I'm having withdrawals with basketball right now. I need my Celtics! I'm truly feel we have the MVP in Jayson Tatum and expect the second half of the year and post season to be magical from him. I expect masked Jaylen Brown to play at an MVP level. They are the duo of the league at this point and I don't want anyone else! Our entire roster makes up an incredible team! Our Coach is finding his way and I expect he will be ready for the playoffs. 

There should be absolutely no reason why we don't win it all this season. Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 



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