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Setting up an epic failure.


 Tonight could be the start of the end. This team came out with absolutely no balls. They are a game away from an epic failure. I truly don't understand this team at all. How can an entire team go cold?! Where was the ball movement and scoring tonight?! 

How many more years are Celtics fans going to have their hearts broken?! One title in what 37 years?! Unacceptable! The Pierce Celtics underachieved, and now the Tatum/ Brown Celtics are underachieving. There is still a game six in Philly on Thursday with a possible game Seven on Sunday. 

I had such high hopes for this team, they brought us on quite a ride last year. Yet this year they are driving straight into a wall and dreams are crashing all over. I don't know why I get so involved and attached to the C's when honestly they don't care about us. 

An entire team goes cold as ice and we get our jocks handed to us. Am I disappointed for sure. Am I sad most definitely. I'm that little kid who wants to believe in sports and the C's but really it's about money and disappointment. I don't even know why I take it so seriously. It's just a game I mean entertainment or theatre. 

With the little bit of hope I have in this team I want them to win Thursday. Yet after what I saw tonight I don't think it will happen. Unfortunately it feels like Banner 18 is slipping away. Sorry for the downer writing but that's what this game elicited for me. 

Bleed Green Always

Celtic Pride! 

I do recall we lost game five to the Bucks last year and won game six on the road. Maybe history will repeat itself. 

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