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It's all or nothing tonight, as the season hangs in the balance.

 Who will be the catalyst to these Celtics finally winning a game in this series? Tatum gets the C's on the board with a nice three. Other than that the start to this game sucks. JT and JB getting involved early! Al hits his first three, that's a good sign. JB seems locked in early tonight. 

Bam is constantly setting moving screens. This entire Heat team grabs on every defensive play as well. This game might be over already. I'm starting to dislike watching this game. What a lackluster start. This team and Coach have no guts right now. 

This team has QUIT ON THEIR TERRIBLE HEAD COACH. How do you allow a Coach who got us to the Finals last year go. Then do no work at all finding his successor. You hire a guy with no experience at all. It's all biting them in the rump as we speak. There is no reason why you give the keys of this model team to a guy who can't adjust on either end of the floor. 

Mazzulla doesn't do anything valuable on his offensive plays or creativity. Mazzulla also doesn't adjust or devise defensive schemes at all. His team is getting beat by a simplistic offense by the Heat. Nothing the Heat does is special... But when the other Coach and team doesn't adjust it makes it look worse. This is the first time in a long time I don't even want to finish a Celtics game. I'm ashamed of this whole organization. Shame! Shame on Wyc for letting Ime walk, shame on Brad for hiring Joe, shame on these players for quitting on themselves. 

Changes are needed and better come in the off season. In all my years as a fan I've never seen a team just quit. Shame! 


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