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The Number One pick is in the building.


 The Celtics are a bit short handed as they welcome the Spurs and the Number One Pick! 

1Q ☘️

Al I'm assuming will take on the task of guarding Wemby. Let's wish him all the luck because that's a big dude. JT opens up the scoring tonight. JB follows up with a three ball. Wemby is an interesting player to watch. He has some quality skills and is looking really good tonight. Jrue Holiday continues his continued hot shooting from deep. Smooth as a good whiskey! Brown looks pretty good coming off that day of rest. Tonight we have no KP or DWhite, I'm sure we will see both against the Nuggets on Friday night. That should be an incredible game. The defending champions against the NBAs best home record which the C's hold. Will it be a Finals preview?! Love seeing OB get some early run, as he drives to the cup and scores. This Spurs team plays very little defense. C's need to expose them on that end. So far offensively the C's look solid. It's been a while but we see Queta enter the game. The pride of Portugal! These Spurs are fighting so far, I'd expect nothing less from them, especially given their Coach. C's lead after the first. 

2Q 🍀🍀

Jrues ability to break down the defense and either score or pass is excellent. When you see how well he gets into the paint, you have to tip your cap as the opponent. This will be something to maximize come playoffs. C's haven't separated themselves from these Spurs just yet. This isn't a team you want to let hang around. Love Queta taking it to Wemby and jamming it home! PP is showing off his range and nails a three! He likes it so much he did it again! Love the sound of a pure swish. One of the greatest sounds in the basketball world! PJ Carlisemo has joined the broadcast and I remember that Seton Hall team he took to the NCAA title game. One of the greatest games played in a NCAA Final. Worked out for me as Michigan pulled it out. Rumeal Robinson hit some HUGE free throws. Glenn Rice also has a very good game. You have to appreciate how hard Luke plays when he's in the game. C's are on quite a nice run and could blow the doors off this game real soon. C's lead at the half!

3Q ☘️☘️☘️

If the Celtics can come out and handle their business, then they can rest up in the fourth. The home win streak looks to be heading towards 20-0! I love the fact these guys are protecting the parquet. I believe the 86 Celtics were 40-1 at the Garden. Anyone think this group has what it takes to get close?! I'd love for it to happen. The more pride they take at home the better they play. Come playoffs the could be unbeatable at home. Historically the Garden has proven to be a haven for Celtics teams. So many memories have occured at the Garden and this is the season to make plenty more! C's with some impeccable passing leads to a Kornet basket. C's have such a gem in Jrue. The way he passes is underrated, he sees the court so damn well. C's lead after the third.

4Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

As we enter the fourth all I can say is Wemby hasn't disappointed in his first appearance at the Garden. C's have come out and are looking to end it early. JB with the razzle dazzle between the legs pass, which leads to an OB basket! C's should be able to rest guys if they so choose to. OB gets up and challenges Wemby at the rim! Gotta love it! C's with a good win! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride





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