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No defense, too many turnovers equals losing.

 Remember the line, WHERES THE BEEF?! Well here's my line WHERES THE D! How do you should 72 percent in the first half and be up by only three? I'll freaking tell ya, No DEFENSE! TOO MANY STINKING TURNOVERS. This team will never learn will they?? Another thing Tatum gets slapped right in his manhood and not even a foul. Anyone else and it's a flagrant two! What about Doc acting and cursing out the refs was there a T, Nope! Can we look at Harden that flailing flopper, he pushes off every play. Another thing Harris when he sets screens holds players. 

In all reality this loss falls on coaching and the players. Everytime the C's grab a double digit lead, and it starts to evaporate call a damn timeout Joe. That's what good coaches do so all that hard earned work of grabbing a lead doesn't go for nothing. For these players stop being to damn wreckless with the ball. Your weak protection of the rock cost us so many points and eventually the game. You should feel sick losing to Harden of all people. He's one of the worst NBA stars ever! 

I'd like this piece to have more joy to it and more observations of what the C's did well, but it doesn't matter. What does matter is PLAYING DEFENSE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, and PROTECTING THE DAMN BALL! 

This series is far from over, let's not forget it's the NBA and we all know dirty refs and money drive that ship. Celtics will bounce back and win this series. Celtic Pride! Bleed Green! 

PS. Dear Tatum and Brown go back to last year's Finals and watch Curry rip your heart out. Then go watch Game 7 of him killing the Kings. That's who we need you to be. 


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