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Philly Special? Celtics at Sixers.


 I'm a little late to the game. Seems like a close one right now! Initial thoughts, Embid flops like no other big man in the league. You would think he was tough, but he's soft as Charmin. C's look like they have a shot in the fourth. 

C's coming out with some excellent defensive intensity. Guys like Derrick White and Malcolm Brogdon are hitting their shots. Blake Griffin is diving on the floor and earning all the Tommy Points! C's are making a nice little run while Marshmallow Man Embid is on the bench. 

Cs come out of the timeout and are lax on the defensive end. The game is all tied up. GWill with the dubstep and scores! DWhite with a HUGE BLOCK! Telling James Harden to get that weak stuff outta here! C's need to keep the pressure up, and these Sixers will crack. DWhite gets downhill and scores easily! Love the way he plays! 

DWhite for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Marcus Smart with the rope a dope and scores on Embid. Embid flops yet again and gets to the line. NBA refs are truly a joke. The absolute worst officials in any sport. JT gets to the line with a chance to grab the lead. Yet he only ties the game... 

C's lose in a close one tonight... Philly fans celebrate like they actually won something. Losers.... Enjoy the regular season win. It will mean nothing come playoffs. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 





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