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Houston You Have A Problem.... It's the Boston Celtics!

 1st Quarter Moments

JB to the rack with no defense what so ever. JB off an excellent play gets inside and brings home the hammer. Love when JB starts off hot, keep him going to the hoop! Cs pushing the pace is a great sign! They should be able to run this Rockets team off the floor. 

The Rockets are an abomination to what basketball is. They seem to just play straight isolation basketball. These uniforms are terrible! What were the Rockets thinking?!

MB enters and it's time to watch the sixth man of the year do his thing. He's been the best player off the bench this season. He's a straight stud, the way he's shooting the three is elite. His passing has been on point, and the way he can get inside is wonderful. Defensively he doesn't take any guff from anyone. 

Congrats to Damon Stoudamire, on getting the job at Georgia Tech. His presence on the bench will be a huge loss. 

C's need to amp up their defense, and set these young pups down early. C's need to stop playing with their food and engulf these Rockets. Wake up guys..... Wake up!

2nd Quarter Moments

Cs need to exert their will on this second quarter. Blake Griffin is crashing the boards tonight. You have to love his energy out there. He's the consummate professional out there. He will end up being a huge piece in the playoffs. 

Starting to feel very uneasy with this game. 

It feels like JB is going to have a good game despite my early feelings about this game. He may be the guy who has to carry them tonight. JT has been off so far. Some games you need your teammates to pick you up. 

DWhite has a very pure three point shot when he sets his feet. Love the sound of nothing but net! It's the purest sound on the court you can hear! It's a reminder of younger days in your backyard shooting alone. That sound you would recognize anywhere. Man do I love Basketball!

This damn game is way too close. Why is it when you think the C's have turned a corner they play like this?!!? Despite how close the game is JB is impressive! When he's on he can do it from every where on the floor. They need to put some respect on that man's name! Jaylen Marselles Brown! 

3rd Quarter Moments

These games are precious and beyond valuable. Yet these C's are sleep walking right now. They better shape the heck up and blow the doors off the Rockets right now! Come on man! 

This team deserves nothing at this point. Playing like absolute crap with no energy what so ever. This will be the worst loss of the year. Just disgusting! This Rockets team is trash and the C's are playing below trash. 

JB at least has a heart tonight. 

4th Quarter Moments

Time to man up if they know how. 

The defense seems to be actually putting in the work. They have cut the lead to just a basket. If they are going to make a run, it better happen now. 

I'm very frustrated as a fan but they still have a punchers chance. Please keep up the D and get inside the paint. 

Just an overall disgusting game. Not sure who this team is anymore. There is no urgency or effort to beat teams that are absolutely terrible.

Knights Knotes 

I'm beyond disgusted with this team tonight. How do you play with no effort or heart. In a game that you need to win. Against a dumpster fire of a team. Sad sad sad. 


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