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Time to cook up the Hawks.

 Anyone else tired of hearing that stupid Hawk sound?! C's come out in the first and weather the Hawks storm. The passing was a little iffy, but they hit shots when they were needed. JT seems to be locked in despite not getting any calls. He gets no respect from the refs. When will they give this man some respect. 

I absolutely love how both Malcolm and Derrick are playing tonight. Those two guys have been a joy to watch this season. This freaking Hawks team is absolutely annoying to watch. Trae Young is a pouty little baby who needs to be put to bed. Murray seems to be an overrated player in my opinion. 

C's need to sure up their defense. JB lost the mask and the wrap and is stepping up now! I fully expect these C's to put the Hawks away either in this second quarter or in the third! I really want to see the D step up and send these mediocre Hawks home for the night. Rob Williams looks good tonight. Very active and spry on the offensive and defensive ends. 

C's have played pretty well, but need to close strong. They closed very well after losing some of their lead. In all reality they should be up by twenty. I hope and want to see these Celtics slam the door shut in the third. Rest up at the half and be ready to destroy! 

These refs haven't been very good tonight. C's need to go hard and send these Hawks home. Clint Capela seems to be very high on himself. Marcus Smart, seems to be locked in on offense tonight. These calls on Al.have been absolutely horrible. JT just sent Murrays weak a.. shot out the gym! 

JB to the rack with the left! Smart with a huge shot! Love the way he's giving it his all. What a total hack foul on JT by the Hawks. Didn't even make an effort at the ball. That's a flagrant if I've ever seen one! Both Young and Capela should be thrown out! That's my inner Tommy coming out! 

I feel JT is going to go off the rest of this game! JB gets inside and scores easily. Light em up guys. I hope this is the last time we have to visit and hear that stupid Hawk noise. Will the Jays destroy the Hawks the rest of the way. I truly believe so! 

Great Block by RWill! DWhite follows with a three! Murray is a punk.... JT with a great block as well! C's need to stomp on these Hawks throats. JB to the rack for the and one! He's a man amongst boys! Not pleased the way we finished. With that said Marcus had an extra angry jam at the end. 

Please win this damn game! 
Refs are making questionable calls for the Hawks right now. The fix is in... JT for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Trae Young gets away with so many things it's disgusting. He's not even that good a player to be getting these calls. 

Al to Marcus equals a jam! JB is a bad man! Love how he's attacking the hoop and following his shot. C's lead by ten and should be twenty. I hope we never have to go back to Atlanta until next year. That damn Hawk noise is so annoying! 

The Cs need to close this out now! Get to the line and send em home sad. Great D! JT and JB both with HUGE THREES! C's pull it out!

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