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Hawks fly into Boston

 Will the C's take the Hawks lightly?! The hope is they will kick the crap out of these Hawks! 

First Quarter Moments

Derrick White with a nice block to set the tone on Trae Young. We have baskets by both Jays getting inside! This crowd is fired up right now! C's are attacking the rim! Let's Go! 

The Celtics clearly have the size advantage on these Hawks!! Anyone in the mood for some filleted Hawk?! Marcus going off glass is a good sign! C's should be able to run these Hawks off the floor!  

Right not the C's are dominating in the paint! The lead is slim, but it's time to pour it on. DWHITE for Three!!! There's my guy! Expect a big game from him today! 

RWill just sent out that weak Hawks shot! Need him healthy all playoffs! C's with a decent lead after one. 

Second Quarter Moments

The C's are crashing the glass well in today's game. That's a very good sign, it's the little things that matter. Malcolm Brogdon with some good passing so far today. JB for THREEEEEEEEE!!! They are clicking right now, and extending their lead.  

C's are making the Hawks looks like what they are. First round playoff fodder. Run them off the damn court! Time to put the nails in the coffin now! The way the Hawks are already complaining, shows me it's over. This team isn't mentally strong enough to compete with the Celtics. 

The way they are playing needs to be carried out the entire game. No let downs, just bust your butts and dominate. Each game needs to be a statement about how bad they want the ring. 

Third Quarter Moments

C's continue to hold a solid lead and are exposing the Hawks as frauds. They can literally dominate at each position. The Hawks can't really match up at all. 

C's haven't let their foot off the gas which is an excellent sign. DWhite continues to look amazing out there. Doing everything necessary to help his team win. Playing good D and knocking down shots. 

If the C's play like this, it may be a straight four game sweep! C's are clearly the better team and need to continue to play that way. No Mercy! The C's look very good today, but they need to bring it every single night! No let downs in any of these games. 

Fourth Quarter Moments

It's closing time, C's need to stamp out any hope this Hawks team has. Plant the seed of doubt, and bury em. The lead is shrinking as we speak. It figures that the C's just can't close the deal when they own a huge lead. Unacceptable.....

Today's NBA is just different, guys tend to coast when they have large leads. That's what we are seeing with the Celtics right now. I honestly just don't get it, and it makes me worry about this team.

Time for the Jays to become closers and end this run. You are the stars for a damn reason now prove it. JB heard me, drives and scores! JB finds MB and we score again! JB shoots and misses but grabs his own board and here we go! That's the way you do it! 

Now it's time to end any hope the Hawks have of even making this score look fair. I'm very proud of the C's taking the ball to the cup tonight. They haven't been settling for meaningless threes. I tell ya I'll never like coaches dressing so casually. 

Al Horford has been a machine tonight in the boards. Dude knows this is his chance for a ring. I'm sure everyone is wondering why I posted this picture with my article. Well I turned 42 yesterday. To any Orthodox Christians who read our blog. Enjoy! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! One down and fifteen to go! 


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