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These Raptors May Be Extinct

 These Raptors May be extinct after tonight's game, but we have the Unicorn in uniform! Not exactly sure why the C's decided to play most of their guys. Tonight's game has no bearing on anything! If I was the C's I'd be resting everyone! 

This Raptors team and organization has fallen hard. They had that one magic in a bottle year with KLeonard, and luckily caught the Warriors because of injuries. Since that time, they are no longer relevant. They may be in the play in, but to me that means nothing! 

It's looking more and more like the C's could match up with the Miami Heat if they beat the Hawks in the play in. If not it will be Atlanta. Who do I prefer we face...  It doesn't matter! Whether it's the Heat or Hawks I expect the C's to crush them. These playoffs should show this group out to destroy each and every competitor. Yes the Heat gave them fits last year, but the C's won't fall into that trap again. 

This Celtics team had been ultra focused to start this season, had a lull, yet seem to be ready for the post season. If they aren't than there is truly something wrong. This run should be led by the Jays! They better lead in all facets, because the rest of the team is stout and built to win. It's going to come down to DEFENSE!!! If they buckle down and get dirty they will bring home Banner 18. 

As for this game.... It is what it is. A meaningless game against a team that sucks. Kudos to JT for officially having his signature shoe dropped. That's quite an accomplishment for a player! I know I only buy the best, and JTs kicks are on my radar. I've personally always bought kicks of my favorite players. JT is next on my list. 

Let's all hope and pray JBs hand heals up for the playoffs in about a week. 

Tonight felt like a Geno night from the start! 

Shout out to Derrick White for winning our Celtics Sentinel Citation Award! 



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