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C's visit Miami

C's are in Miami to face the Heat, a team I can't stand. I have no love what so ever for this organization. I just saw Haslem, who had some awful comments about Bill Russell and the C's. I really hope our guys remember that and light them up! Wire to wire I want them run right off the damn floor. Every time I hear heat culture I want to puke...

1Q ☘️

DWhite just drove right by not so Scary Terry and scores a deuce. I hear a good amount of Celtic fans in the crowd. C's with some very good ball movement. DWhite with an epic offensive board. KP should dominate the post tonight. Love the C's in transition finding White for three. When they push the rock that way, they can't be stopped. The C's need to attack attack attack! Heats fans are not real basketball fans. Heat culture is a Disney like gimmick that you can cash for mickey mouse money. JB off the rebound gets to the top of the key and drains a three! KP is having himself a quarter tonight! C's are having a good offensive quarter after that 1 for 6 start. Good quarter for the C's as they lead after one.

2Q 🍀🍀

Caleb Martins glass slipper from last year has fallen off. What a joke! Payton Pritchard is awesome! What a dribble drive that ended up with a rainbow floater. The kid knows how to use his body and mind out there. Love him! JT just made Duncan no D Robinson look like a JV player on D. C's with excellent ball movement and Jrue nails a pure three. C's should be able to grow this lead to at least twenty by the end of the half. They are exponentially better on offense and defense than the Heat. Celtics basketball doesn't rely on gimmicks, we have true tradition and 17 Banners to prove it. C's need to D up and finish this quarter with a run. Not pleased with the Celtics defense. Put the freaking work in. Thank you JB! Jam! Defense wins championships! C's lead at the half.

3Q ☘️☘️☘️

C's better not give away this lead, man up! KP is dominant on the boards in this third. I wonder if Pat the Rat teaches this heat team to complain on EVERY CALL? They just won't zip it up, all they do is whine. JT just nailed a three in Heros mug. FACE, that's what we would say back in my day. C's have actually played extremely well in this third. Porzingis just rolled an ankle... Let's hope hes ok, if not then our luck with injuries continues in the wrong direction. C's have a nice lead, Joe takes the timeout to remind them you can lose games in the last few minutes of quarters. I was very proud of Joes response when asked earlier about teams chasing the C's. He said we haven't won anything since 2008. Basically saying we have something to prove. I love it! Jrue just put Caleb in the spin cycle and scores. 

4Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

 C's have totally DOMINATED heat culture tonight. I have to admit I really love seeing us kick their butts. It doesn't make up for last season, but it sure feels gooooood! Personally this heat team sucks, and they may not even make the playoffs. Mark that in your calendars and remind come playoffs. C's didn't play a perfect game by no means. Too many turnovers and a tad lax on D at points in the game. Yet I was very pleased with how hot they shot and doing it vs the heat made it even better. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Beat the heat!


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