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Lillard to the Bucks...


 Why is Tommy smiling you ask... I'll tell you because even though the Bucks added Lillard the C's will still win the East. Jrue Holiday used to kill the Celtics. Plus he was an absolute dog on D. Lillard while being an amazing player doesn't play a lick of D. It's funny to now see two of my favorite non Celtics playing together. Everyone knows my love for the Greek and when I first started writing I did a piece on Lillard. 

This trade secures the Greek in Milwaukee long term. Which is the extremely important for the Bucks. You don't let future hall of famers walk out the door. Expect to see the max extension offered and accepted very soon. Now on to the Celtics. We have received news that both Brogdon and Porzingis are healthy and ready for training camp. Those two are key to the Celtics success. Their health needs to be pristine this season. If the Celtics are healthy they will beat the Bucks in an eastern conference finals series. 

Jayson Christopher Tatum needs show D Lillard why he made a mistake not wanting to come here. Whether it's the regular season or the playoffs JT needs to be that killer. I personally feel he's going to take that next step this season. JT is my candidate for MVP. I feel Dame didn't come here because it's too much pressure to deliver in Boston. He's played in a small market in Portland and now heading to Milwaukee. Boston is as big as it gets. Some guys can and some guys can't. 

I'm glad Dame didn't get his way and end up in Miami. Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

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