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Must win no excuses


Here we are with a big game. I fully expect Jayson Tatum to show up tonight. We need to see stout hardcore defense tonight! I hope these refs don't make crucial calls against us as they typically do. C's definitely were shafted a few times last game. I for one am sick of watching Harden as a whole. With Embid he's a giant FLOPPER! 

Malcom Brogdon is looking sharp as ever, hitting the three! GWill and RWill diving for the loose ball is good to see. Marcus beats the buzzer and the C'seas after one. The first quarter wasn't a bad start but the C's need to pour it on in the second. 

The way Embid flops all over the damn floor is DISGUSTING! Hes a damn joke!


JT to Marcus for the ALley OOP! BOOM! Malcom for three! Dudes a damn assassin! Love seeing Tatum attack the giant FLOPPER! Embid seriously makes basketball unwatchable! As does Harden who really needs to let go of that hideous beard. 

Everything about Hardens game is what's wrong with basketball. GWill for three, making an impact on the offensive end. Embid is horrible to watch. Just flops into Rob and gets the call. Doc Rivers annoys me and I love Doc. In my eyes he quit on the C's, chump move IMO. He's failed every where else he's been as a Coach since then. 

 JB for THREEEEEEEEE! DWhite with a huge tap back out to Al for THREEEEEEEEE!!! Al needed that he's been struggling lately. DWhite isn't hitting his typical shots, but he's doing everything else. C's need to build on this twelve point lead. Sixers set a lot of moving screens. They finally get called for one. 

This entire Sixers team plays DIRTY! Why anyone would want to watch them is beyond me. DWhite for three! What excellent ball movement! Marcus Smart posting up and bodies the punk Sixer defender. Let's Go Marcus! C's have a lead but it should be by more. 


Smart opens up the third posting up Harden and scoring! Harden can't play D to save his life. JB for THREEEEEEEEE!!! C's need to bring the energy right now and blow these chumps out! We need to see the C's attack the rim! 

If I have to watch an entire series of Harden and Embid flopping I'm gonna puke. Harden just ran into Tatum's elbow on purpose. These Sixers are disgusting! Refs have it out for JT tonight. Marcus Smart is incredible on defense as he makes Embid look stupid! 

DWhite for THREEEEEEEEE! Just a matter of time before he got going! He gets the ball in transition and scores an easy layup. Need the C's to build on this lead! C's can't hold a lead to save their life. DWhite THREEEEEEEEE!!! Al following up missed shots is huge! 

MB for threeeeeeeee!!! The C's are actually playing D!!!! Malcom Brogdon for three, he's awesome to watch! GWill for threeeeeeeee!!! Malcom for three, oMG! Where was this the other night?!! 

4th... C's need to continue to build on both ends for game three. Despite Tatum being in foul trouble he still played well. He may not have scored much but he did everything else tonight. It's nice to see PP in the game! 

What were the keys tonight?! DEFENSE DEFENSE DEFENSE! Where was this in game one. They better bring the D Friday in Philly. Shout-out to JB and MB, both gents brought the pain tonight. Marcus Smart had a good game. Overall team win and it's beautiful to watch! 

Bleed Green! Banner 18! Celtic Pride! 


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