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Will the C's or Jazz be singing the Blues after tonight.

First Quarter Moments 

Blake Griffin gives up his body to start tonight's game! That's a Tommy Point! Fitting as the C's are honoring Tommy throughout tonight's game. DWhite opens up the scoring with a pure three! 

How refreshing it is to have Eddie House with Mike Gorman tonight. JT hitting the paint hard draws a foul. Lately JT has been excellent at getting in the paint. C's ball movement has been very crisp. Now they need to start knocking down these shots. 

Every time I see Kelly O and his man bun I get sick, why.... Because we could have drafted Giannis. In a basketball dream world, we would drafted Giannis and then the Jays in their prospective drafts. My oh my!

Seeing these Tommy Heinsohn highlights, touches my heart. Boy do I miss him on these games. I was lucky enough to meet him at a game and he gave me his autograph. What I remember most was how kind he was to me. Memory Eternal Tommy! 

JT has been excellent finishing with his left hand lately. Malcolm Brogdon has been exceptional this season and that's why he won the Tommy Award given out by Mike Gorman. Talk about an honor. First year in green for Malcolm and Tommy would absolutely adore his play. 

Second Quarter Moments

The defense has been very lack luster tonight. They better ramp it up! Last night that effort was there on D, but right now we aren't getting anything. Defense wins championships, just ask the Warriors. Blake secures the offensive rebound, which leads to a basket. 

GWill with a great steal and feeds JT for the Jam! This game looks very choppy on both sides. C's look tired already, they need to find that second gear. Joe's rotations tonight are very iffy. 

Derrick White gets inside, draws the foul and scores! Tonight feels like a big DWhite game. Get him the ball, and let him work! If Malcolm Brogdon didn't win the Tommy Award, Derrick would have received it. From my basketball perspective. 

Cs are playing with their food once again.... 

JB gets in the middle and JAMS it home! Not so much lift with those tired legs. JB gets another deuce! This Jazz team is staying close, because we are letting them. 

Third Quarter Moments

C's are on a nice run to start off the third. We even get a Blake Griffin thunder dunk! Threes are raining and yet the Jazz are right there. This team doesn't give up. If the C's can keep bringing the fight to the Jazz the C's will win. 

Blake Griffin is earning Tommy point after Tommy point tonight! I can hear Tommy say That's A TOMMY POINT! I miss him on the broadcasts. Nice to witness the C's come out and play some quality D in this third quarter. 

C's start playing with their food yet again and the Jazz are right back in the game. What are we doing out there, wake up and close out the quarter with effort. There's been so many times this season where they lose leads towards the end of quarters. 

Well they answered the bell and are building this lead back up. That's what good teams are supposed to do. GWill has been nailing his shots tonight! Good for Grant... C's came out on a mission in this third and have executed very well. 

Fourth Quarter Moments

JT is having a very efficient night, and is getting to the line. C's are still moving the ball really well! The D continues to stand strong! It's ironic that when the C's honor Tommy, Tony Brothers is the ref. 

Blake Griffin has ten boards tonight! 

JT for THREEEEEEEEE!!! C's continue to play solid basketball tonight. Tony Brothers just gave Blake a T. Tommy from basketball Heaven says that's BOGUS! C's Win! 

Knights Knotes 

Congrats to Malcolm Brogdon winning the Tommy Award. Tommy would have loved watching him in Green and White. Kudos to honoring Tommy tonight. Seeing and hearing him makes me miss him. Like a member of the family. Memory Eternal Tommy! 

Blake Griffin has become a must watch for me when he plays. I absolutely love him on the C's. What an excellent addition to the team. Tommy would love him as well. 



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