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Preseason Game 1..


 Anyone else feel this excited to see the Celtics back on our TV's, phones, tablets and pCs? Last season I was totally hyped for the start given the finals the year before. This year has me hyped and excited... yet still nervous. Cs need to send Mike Gorman off in the right way! 

Porzingis opens his Celtics career with a nothing but net three! Personally don't want to see him hanging out behind that death trap that is the three point line. Anyone who truly understands basketball, sees the potential in Porzingis and why Phil Jackson drafted him. If he's healthy watch out!

Congrats to PP on signing a long term deal. As I told my old man expect him to have a big year. Last night was step one towards that goal. This kid has the stones to play here in Boston. Ever since they drafted him I've been high on him. That hasn't wavered, expect him to knock down a big shot in the playoffs this year. 

The first unit had some issues to start but let's give them time. Jrue needs to learn the offense and be inserted as a starter. Once he learns where guys like to be he's gonna run this offense like a well oiled machine! 

Anyone hear Joe Mazzulla on that podcast, he sounds like a more humble and understanding Coach. As much as I ranted about him last season I expect him to be a better leader for this group. His coaching staff is built for that and I believe he learned a lot last season! I LOVE THE FACT HES ASKING FORMER CS TO COME BACK AND BE A PART OF THIS!

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

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