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No more fooling around!

 This is the time where you as a team you need to STEP UP! The Celtics have shown they can be one of the best teams in the league. If not the very best! Well there is a three way tie in the NBA with the Nuggets, Bucks and Celtics all at 44 wins. C's currently trail the Bucks in the East by .5 games which is giving me anxiety. 

Tonight the C's welcome the Cavs who stole two early games from them early on this season. These C's better be ready to enact some revenge. Plus you can't afford to lose as the Bucks are on a 15 game winning streak and are playing Orlando tonight. Worst case scenario you could be 1.5 games back after tonight. Best case you win, Bucks lose, back in first. Homecourt in the playoffs and Finals are huge. 

The C's, coming off a poopy performance vs the Knicks need to show they have heart. JT who was disrespected and ejected the other night, needs to have a huge game all around. He needs to just go out there and play and say screw these refs. Luckily he has his running mate back in JB and the C's should be fully healthy! 

The time for load management and days off should be OVER! 20 games left until the real season starts. There are 20 wonderful opportunities to grab that number one seed, and time to figure out your rotations. The time is now for Coach Joe to tighten things up. Utilize Malcolm and Derrick they are HUGE weapons. They can and will be guys who can tip games in our favor. Let's see what Sam and Mike can do, also how about a little Payton Pritchard time. 

No more excuses! You guys really want 18 then set the foundation! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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