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Cavs vs Cs Part Deux

Celtics welcome back the Cavs for part two of the mini series. Both teams know each other well. It's all about adjustments and scheme tonight. I won't be writing tomorrow night, I'll be at the game and will have the opportunity to shoot on the floor after the game. For me this is beyond special. I always dreamt about being a Celtic, that didn't happen but I will be on the parquet to get up a few shots. 


First Quarter ☘️

Tip off time! Here we go C's! JT to Jrue sets us off on a good note! DWhite for three! Off the pass from JT. JT is a bad man when he passes the rock. DWhite is an ALL STAR NO DOUBT ABOUT IT! The way JB uses his left is a weapon for him. JB for three! C's are on fire so far tonight. JB to KP for the JAM! Loving the energy so far tonight, this is what NBA basketball looks like. Refs out here trying to keep the Cavs in the game. I love the pace the C's are playing with right now. My goodness JB just BROKE THE RIM! JAM CITY! C's are balling tonight. KP shooting threes is seamless! KP just opens up so many options on the offensive end! I love him! NBA refs are such dopes, Stevens plays tough D and Mitchell flops and gets the call. Cmon MAN! DWhite making plays on the defensive end! Love everything about his game. C's lead after the first! 

Second Quarter 🏀🏀

Sam Hauser looks great tonight, love his rainbow threes! His shot this season has been on point. Except for his bday which is strange. Nice to see he keeps reloading and shooting the rock! C's D has been very active so far tonight. It all starts on the defensive end. If the C's continue to work on D expect good things at the end of the season. Joes after time out plays have been very efficient this season. KP is such a unicorn and will be the key to winning Banner 18 this season. He's the cheat code that unlocks who these Celtics can be. Cs with a solid lead after we have played two quarters. 

Third Quarter ☘️🍀☘️

Here we go, will this be a good third or a bad one?! Jrue Holiday is very smooth out there. He's like a painter putting together a masterpiece. C's are a tad sloppy, but still holding the lead. JBs fall way jumper is sweet as apple pie with ice cream. Cavs are hanging around and we are letting them do so... Time to blow them off the Garden floor! JT just BROKE THE RIM! STUFF IT HOME! Love seeing the fellas bring the hurt to the rim. One by JB and another by JT! The Jays are JAM brothers! Isn't it so SWEET! C's take a much needed timeout. Need to regroup and get it together! Caris LeVert always kills us, as does Mitchell. Sam I am drawing an offensive foul, I love it! Remember all the issues we had with the Cavs last season. NOT ANYMORE... KP unlocks the key that beats them regularly. KP should be the key to winning it all! Yet we are only up by three...

Fourth Quarter 🏀🏀🏀🏀

 JT opens it up with what's becoming his signature fall away! JT SWATS Garlands shot back to where it came from! Celtics D has been fire in this fourth! Al Horford has been a monster on the boards and do you believe that pass to Stevens! Unreal! Time for the C's to go on a run and end this game! Jrue Holiday saves the possession and DWhite nails a three! 

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