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Spurs Celtics on a beautiful Sunday evening.

 First Quarter Moments

C's are coming out..... Flat! 

JB fixes that by getting to the rack and scoring! JB once again scores inside! JB yet again! Tonight is going to be a JB game, but it needs to be a team effort! Marcus Smart with a globe trotter dribble scores inside. 

C's aren't playing any defense right now... Do I have to say it defense wins championships! Figure it out fellas. If they don't put in the work on D these Spurs are gonna beat them. 

JB is man amongst boys tonight! JAM! Sam I am for three, he's found his stroke C's fans. Playoff weapon locked and loaded!  He's a guy that both JT and JB look for regularly. Expect a few big shots from him in the post season! 

Rob the Lob grabs the board and scores! 

Once again the C's are playing down to the level of their competition. I'm tired of seeing that. They better blow the doors off the next few quarters. 

Second Quarter Moments

This Spurs team sucks and the C's are getting run off the floor. Time to man up guys. Apparently winning games doesn't matter.... 

I need a big Derrick White game sonner rather than later. Good to see Malcolm Brogdon back! Love that dude! Not sure which guy I love more. It might just be a draw! 

Time to continue you this very nice run by the C's. Close the quarter by busting the doors off the Spurs. Al sending some weak shot where it should be! He's a defensive maestro playing an melodic tune. 

C's just get called for a horrible flagrant one call. This NBA is a freaking joke! This version of the NBA is soft as Charmin! 

JB is taking over this game! He's playing with that dirt dawg mentality! He just took the Spurs players lunch on the steal. I love how the C's are passing up threes and getting to the cup. Jaylen especially has been the catalyst at getting to the cup. 

Third Quarter Moments 

Marcus is having a quietly good game tonight. Doing a little bit of everything! He's the guy who can make anything work in a kitchen. Or in his case the basketball court. He's slowly starting to get back into prime Wolverine mode!

Pop looks like he's ready for retirement, but think of this. What if the Spurs get Wembayama?! A Tim Duncan like draft pick?! 

Very very sloppy third period right now. 


C's are exerting their will on this third quarter. The lead is still not where it should be but I'll take it. Time to finish this quarter up strong. 

Fourth Quarter Moments

C's came out to send the Spurs home losers and it's looking good! JB came out and balled his butt off!

C's a rollin down the river! Get out the way Spurs players! 

Knights Knotes 

Jaylen Marselles Brown has been a bad man tonight! I love how he's attacking the rim as if his life depends on it! He's so damn strong! He's also playing some tough as nails defense! The Truth is in the house and he's LOVING IT! 

When did basketball take such a dramatic shift into jacking up threes. I miss the good ole days of manning up and getting inside. Guys who had all around games. Players who wanted to defend! Players who played all 82 games. Basketball players who could actually rebound! 

Cs decided to not play with their food tonight and kick the Spurs up and down the floor! Gotta love it! 

Celtic Pride! Bleed Green!


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