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 It's Prime Time in Philly! Will the C's continue their dominance over the Sixers. We damn well better!

Knights Knotes on the 1st Quarter

This Celtics D sucks right now, wake up fellas! JB starts off firing on all cylinders! C's are a little off on D, and aren't moving the ball well. Both Embid and Harden are the biggest floppers in the league. It's honestly not worth watching when those two play. 

Goodness do I despise the Sixers, heed my words these refs are pro sixers. Say goodbye to the number one seed for at least a bit. Personally the refs have already taken the C's out of the game. 

There are some games where the NBA just dictates way too much. I'm sick to my stomach right now! Despite my ill feelings we are right there! Time for a heck of a second quarter run!

Knights Knotes on the 2nd Quarter

C's weathered that initial Sixers storm, and are looking much better! It's gross watching Harden throw his body into guys drawing fouls. I can't STAND HIM! 

MB is out here getting his groove on! He's an Assassin! Boom! He's most definitely the sixth man of the year. If he doesn't win it's a load of bull. He's is the missing piece to Banner 18. 

These challenges are becoming annoying! What are we doing, not everything needs to be challenged! What an absolute crap call! 

It's not even good basketball to watch right now. These Sixers have the refs in their pocket! How do these refs get fooled so often!? Embid and Harden flop like dead fish. 

Cs only trail by six, need a better effort in the third. 

Knights Knotes on the 3rd Quarter

Right now it doesn't feel like our night, you just get that feeling tonight. It's the NBAs way of making sure things stay close in the East. 

The C's are not invested after they saw the writing on the wall. Refs have been all about Embid and Harden. C's are not getting the same respect. Embid just pushed off and throws Smart to the ground and we get penalized. 

C's finally get some momentum and finish on a great run. They still trail but have a shot! Al Horford was the catalyst out there in the third! The veteran owes Philly some pay back! 

Knights Knotes on the 4th Quarter 

Cs have balls to the wall here in the fourth! Let's Gooooooooo! JB has put together quite the game tonight. JB is going into Embid like he isn't even there! 

Cs need to finish this game strong, move the ball and play D! These refs still trying to keep Sixers in it. 

C's are allowing the Sixers to get closer, come on guys wake up! When guys actually follow up misses, good things happen! JT with a huge tip in! Harden flops yet again. 


Despite having an off game JT did what winners do and hit the game winning shot! 

JB tonight was fearless, he chose to go into the dough boy Embid with wreckless abandonment! His shot was on and he had a Jordan esque move that reminded me of his final shot as a Bull. 

Shout out to Amazing Al if it wasn't for him in that third quarter we get the doors blown off us. Take that Philly! You wasted a year of Als career, thankfully he came back home. 

How about Coach Joe using two timeouts back to back! He's learning! Drew up a game winning shot and play!


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