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Hitting a few notes today...

First of all, the fact that Danilo Gallinari is circling the dates he plays the C's is laughable. Enjoy that dumpster fire of an organization in Washington. Sorry your old body was hurt playing in the World Cup. Next time take the summer off, and prepare yourself to be a Celtic. I'll be circling the calendar as well, to watch the C's blow the doors off your new team! I will always stand by Wycs cheapness causing us rings but kudos to signing JB long term. Next Up the franchise Jayson Christopher Tatum!

Second of all, the Patriots think they can run things as if Tom Brady is still here? Instead of bringing in guys like DeAndre Hopkins and Dalvin Cook, they bring in dollar store type acquisitions. I personally feel bad for Mac Jones and the debacle that was last season. Two absolute incompetent individuals running the offense. Kraft has become complacent after winning six rings and BB has lost a step. 

Third, John Henry needs to sell the team. Bloom needs to be fired! You have a team that is in contention and you do nothing to bolster them at the trade deadline... Talk about a vote of no confidence. Why invest in a team that doesn't invest in itself. Sad thing is Sox fans will always flock to the park and Henry has em by the horns. Henry like Kraft has become very cheap. 

Last but not least the Bruins. Sad to see Bergy hang em up with only one Cup. It seems to me you were all in last season. It's too bad you let the guys you traded for walk for nothing. Bertuzzi is a big loss in my opinion. The Jacobs family have set the precedent on how to be cheap. 

On a brighter note Happy Birthday to the great Tom Brady. The man who carried this Patriots organization to six Super Bowl titles! Then just for fun he went to Tampa Bay and won another! Brady like Jordan showed how the greats truly operate in their field. How lucky are we as sports fans to say we saw two of the all time Goats play! 



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