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Missed opportunity but hope remains.

 I for one want to say the Celtics are the better team. What scares me is we have a coach who fails to use the tools in his shed. Two opportunities to win yesterday and absolutely no freaking timeout?! You gave the reigns of a championship team to a guy who can't Coach sometimes. 

If u asked me at the start of the game and well into the third if we had a shot, I'd say we just needed a run. That run came in the fourth where our defense was awesome for the most part. What sickens me as a fan is watching Harden push off on every freaking play. Plus Embid flops on every freaking play. The refs give those two calls that are disgusting. 

Doc complaining about JT, yet your freaking guy does it every single time! Hey Doc thanks for quitting on the C's. If your a player in that Celtics locker room, be ready to knockout this team on Tuesday. Then go to Philly on Thursday and ring the bell. 

In OT JB admitted he shouldn't have doubled Embid. Honestly Tatum has him pretty well defended. If he some how scores there kudos to him. Don't leave that clown Harden open for three. If Joe was a solid coach he calls timeout there and sets up a good play. Not a play that goes off with no time remaining and sends us back to Boston 2-2. Yet I feel there were plenty of calls that in the end cost is the game. Because the NBA likes money and want this to go six or seven. 

I purposely didn't listen to any Boston radio today. Why because Boston radio SUCKS! They are all so damn annoying to listen too. I'm not pleased we are 2-2 but we are eht better team and will win this series. Heres am NBA lock, expect both the Knicks and Warriors to win. Meaning each of these semifinal series will be 2-2. Which means more money for gambling sites and more money in the NBAs pockets. Basketball is the easiest to FIX, especially when the NBA refs have been doing it for years. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Banner 18! 

C's must and will prevail in this series. Huge shout out to Al Horford who defensively made Embid look like the flopping fool he is! 

By the way both Weei and the Sports Hub suck suck suck! 


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