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Short handed and probably exhausted. C's visit the Cavs.

1st Quarter Moments

C's start things off well, Tikka Muscala drains the three. He will need a few more of these tonight. He didn't show very much last night. Tonight needs to make up for that. He's had flashes in a Cs uniform. 

JB is purely the best player at driving to the basket. When he sets his mind to getting there, no on can stop him. He's incredibly quick and strong. The Masked Man has no fear! 

Happy Birthday to Marcus Smart, let's hope it's a good one. Meaning get a win tonight and celebrate! I think last game Marcus played good defense. I do think he was iffy from beyond the arc. If you noticed the Knicks left him open to shoot. 

Malcolm Brogdon is a sight for sore eyes tonight. He will need to have one of those signature games. He was truly missed last night. I'm sure he would made multiple plays that would have put us over the top. 

2nd Quarter Moments

MB drives inside and kicks it out to DWhite for three. The White and Brogdon combo is something special when they are out there. Both guys feel the game and it's clear to see in how they play. Like watching a painter create a masterpiece. 

Grant Williams came out with some more confidence in his shot tonight. He has already hit a few threes. Not sure where his head has been lately. I'm guessing it all points to that contract he wants. Gotta earn it Batman. 

C's ball movement up to this point is very good. Will they be able to sustain it?! They better or it's going to be a third straight loss. Please keep the rock whipping around the floor! You can hear the sound of the passes, they are so crisp. 

C's are maintaining this lead for now, they need to finish the half off with zeal. Keep the lead where it is or increase it. Please don't allow the Cavs back into this game. Tighten up on D and give em the business. 

3rd Quarter Moments

As we start the third JB has 15, 5 and 5. I'd love to see each of these stats doubled. Time for JB to lead this team to victory. Just continue to play with in the flow of the game. Here we go.....

Terrible start, offense looks disjointed, defensively they are running in mud. Coach Mazzulla takes a timeout, hopefully he will light a fire under their behinds. You guys just played a good first half don't ruin it. 

DWhite drives and scores, he is just straight clutch. JB for three! Off the timeout two very good offensive sets. Need to see more of this as the third continues. What a drive and pass by JB finding Blake for the deuce. DWhite goes at Allen and scores. 

Malcolm Brogdon with some fancy foot work and scores. Gets the and one as well! Sixth man of the year! Mr Smooth! Is there anything this man doesn't do well... He almost perfect out there. Refs making their presence felt. C's are doing great on the glass tonight. C's are actually closing this quarter out well. 

4th Quarter Moments

Do or do not there is no try. C's close this game out tonight!  

Bad start to this fourth, don't blow yet another game you led in. MB gets inside and scores that was big. Marcus Smart has had a few too many turnovers collectively tonight. Clean it up Birthday boy! C's with the huge defensive play which leads to a huge three by MB! 

These refs bite, a horrible challenge over turned in the Cavs favor. What a defensive play by the Wolverine! What a spin pivot and shot by JB! C's force yet another turnover! 

Everything is falling apart. Unreal. Sickening...  Need a big play here fellas. Don't blow this one guys. Crap call yet again. These refs are awful. 

JB with a HuGe shot! DWhite with a HUGE THREE! C'S LEAD!

Crazy ending phantom call leads to the Cavs getting the tie. Then Grant has a chance to win it and chokes it away. 

Overtime 

JB to the line for three free throws and he hits em all. The lead is slim right now and we need some defense. 

The Celtic Knights Real Feelings 

1st Q☘️

So far tonight, the fellas have come to play. They have missed a few opportunities on the offensive end. Defensively they need some freaking work. Way too many possessions where they basically gave points away. I love the fact that Malcolm Brogdon is back. I absolutely love his game. DWhite needs to get it going now! 


2nd Q🍀🍀

Personally I'm shocked with this lead, I came into tonight with no expectations. The birthday boy is giving up his body with no regard for his own health. Marcus can be very infuriating to watch sometimes. Then there are times where you just love everything he does. I'll put this out here, a few craptastic fouls called on the C's. Refs doing their part at keeping the Cavs in the game. Those last two possessions on offense were horrible. 


3rd Q ☘️☘️☘️

The C's are holding their own! Despite the fact these dirty rat refs are keeping the Cavs within striking distance. It seems to me every chance the Cs can really run away with the game a whistle blows. Caris LeVert is the biggest fraud in the NBA. Dude has career games vs us typically yet tonight he plain sucks! Well deserved if you ask me! I'm very happy to see Payton Pritchard getting some run tonight. Blake Griffin as well! 


4th Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

What an epic fail. That's all I have to say about that. I'm once again dumb founded and disgusted. I just don't believe what I'm watching anymore. 

 

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