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A King for a Night?! C's visit Sacramento.

 First Quarter Moments

It doesn't feel like anyone is going to play defense tonight. Man does the C's defense suck! It's going to be long night folks. Kings aren't playing any D so that's a plus. 

C's really need a win tonight, or maybe I need to see them win. So sick of them not being consistent. Start a new winning streak here tonight. Time to build up some brownie points as the playoffs approach. Hard to believe the regular season is almost over. 

Who on this C's team, will be the guy who carries them the rest of the season? JT, JB, or a mystery candidate?! C's are shooting way too many threes. That shot is the curse of basketball. Absolutely awful invention to this game I love. 

C's continue to miss so many shots.... Maybe instead of taking threes move it in a bit. This game could close if you just played simple basketball. DWhite plays simple basketball and that's why I love him!

Second Quarter Moments

Marcus Smart has lost his ability to score. I get the injuries are taking their toll but come on. His defense has been good in moments. Other times he looks hurt. Injuries can be so hard to recover from especially when you sacrifice everything on the court as he does. Hopefully he will get it going. 

Cs are on a nice twice to two run! Keep steam rolling em! Nice to Rob back out there. He needs to be healthy for the playoffs. Or we may be toast. Just get this team to the playoffs healthy! 

This team can be very unenjoyable to watch lately. Where is the team from earlier this season??? M I A!

They just showed some flashes during that last few minutes. C's lead at the half!

Third Quarter Moments

C's need to be aggressive, and get downhill. Love the way JT is getting inside tonight! Screw the three! He's a weapon when he's inside. Love that part of his skilled game. 

I wish I knew what the future held for this team. If there was a button I could press I would. I've never wanted to see any Celtics team succeed like this one. I feel I've watched the Jays grow up in front of my eyes. Yes they are way younger than I am but it's almost like a parent watching their child grow. Please find your way and bring home Banner 18. 

Love how the C's are protecting the ball tonight! One turnover to this point! Please keep that going guys! Excellent third quarter up to this point... 

Need to finish this quarter off strong! No floundering guys. Keep the petal to the metal! 

Fourth Quarter Moments

C's need to continue their excellent ball movement and finish these Kings off for good! It's nice to see the offensive flow tonight. It's a late game but well worth it if they win. 

Mark these games on the calendar. Bucks and Sixers.... Should tell us alot about this team. 

GWill just received several Tommy points diving on that floor! Hey Joe, put Derrick White in the damn game.... Why don't we get one of the best players on the team in the game at the end?! 

Knights Knotes...... Tonight we saw what this team is capable of... Reminders of earlier in the year when they were unstoppable! I'm not buying it until we run off a few wins in a row. You know what makes me irate is we should be undefeated on this road trip. So many losses this year that could and should have been wins! 

Great win! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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