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No More Let Downs ... This team is done.

There needs to be four quarters of balls to the wall basketball tonight from the Celtics. C's need to come out throwing jabs and haymakers. Marcus starts off the game scoring inside. The Jays need to lead by example and destroy the Heat. 

Not an ideal start... What in the actual heck is going on. What a freaking nightmare. 

Jayson seems to ready to attack tonight. Going to need a lot of that tonight. JT for THREEEEEEEEE!!! He's feeling it! Good ball movement leads to a DWhite three. C's need a huge run! Too many missed shots up to this point. This start sucks tonight. C's are slowly fighting to get back in the game. But it's not pretty at all. 

JT nails a beautiful three! They take a big punch from the Heat and punch em right back! I can't stand Kyle Lowry if you didn't know. The first has ended and the C's are up by one. Not bad given a cold start. On to the second...

Great D by Grant Williams on Bam! Grant with the assist to DWhite for THREEEEEEEEE! Brogdon with a steal for three!!! JT just bodies the Heat defender and abuses him! C's are on a very wonderful run! DWhite has come to PLAY! Nine points to speak! 

GWill is playing with fire telling doughboy Lowry to step off! Lowry is such a punk! Great play by Derrick to RWill for the and one! C's need another run to close out this second quarter. Such a depressing series to this point. JB with a huge jam gets the crowd going. 

Disappointed in this first half... 

 They better put it together in this third and fourth or their season may be close to over. I'm just sick thinking about how bad things are. JB hits a three, maybe he will get going. Al sucks from three and keeps shooting. DWhite with a HUGE block on Butler. I respect Butler... I don't like Kevin Love that much. 

C's attack the hoop on back to back possessions! JT with the loud JAM! JT needs to be involved in every play going forward. Run the offense thru him, he knows what to do. Nice D by the C's and force a shot clock violation. Tatum goes glass and the C's lead by three. JT with the fall away and scores. 

This freaking game is way too close tonight. Why can't these Celtics have some balls and beat the crap out of the Heat? JT for THREEEEEEEEE!!! JT pulls up and gets fouled. Sink all these freebies! 

Need to buckle down now... Excellent defense by MB vs Jimmy. Love him accepting the challenge to D him up! JT finds Marcus for three! C's giving up way too many points to Miami for my liking. Well the fourth is here and this could be the season....

Rob from Tatum scores and one! C's need to finish off this freaking game. Great hustle by GWill baby! Dude is giving it all he's got! Tatum to GWill to RWill for the JAM! BALL MOVEMENT LETS GO!

Rob gets inside and scores a big basket. C's need to settle the ship and focus and finish off this game. Better get Tatum back in the game. Two absolutely horrid calls for the Heat. GWill for threeeeeeeee!!! Make your moment count! GWill going right at Butler. Good for him! 

Grant with the left and scores! C's are getting hosed by some of these calls. My heart can't take these kinda games anymore. Time for Tatum to do what's needed. Another guy wrenching loss. My basketball heart is breaking. 


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