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Time to start winning again

C's welcome in the Pelicans as they look to start winning games again. We have no KP but big Al is here to fill in. 


1Q ☘️

Al opens up our scoring with a trey! Early on we see Jrue ready to guard Zion Williamson... I'm intrigued, how about our readers?! C's swarm Zion as he gets into the post, great job by DWhite and Al. That's the kind of D you want to see from the team. C's haven't shot too many threes early on. It seems that they are attacking the post. C's shooting isn't very impressive early on. Guys need to amp it up on D and I guarantee the shots on offense will fall. Put the work in and good things will happen. This team is getting rolled early on, just like they did vs the Clippers. Unacceptable especially being at the Garden. Very disappointed in tonight's start, time to become the Celtics team we know. Way too many threes yet again for this team. C's trail...

2Q 🍀🍀

PP brings it every night he's on the court. You have to love this kids skill, plus he has the heart of a lion. C's have amped up their effort on D and things are starting to get somewhat better on the floor. Sometimes I wonder if the regular season is way too long. This Celtics group isn't playing inspired at all. Is this the lull in the season for them? I wonder if human complacency plays a roll with these guys and they mail it in like I do at work. C's are starting to make some strides, they need to finish this quarter with a flurry. Make the run now and get all the way back into this game. The C's bench is starting to look like a weak aspect of this roster. I love Brissett but he has no offensive game. Brad we need two bench pieces who can contribute in the playoffs, and this stretch run. There have to be pieces out there that are for sale. Time to start shopping! C's trail still...

3Q ☘️☘️☘️

The C's need to play like their collective hair is on fire. Time to post up Jrue and let him get to work. They should also get JT the rock in the post, he's been very efficient with his deuces tonight. C's need to flip their third quarter script, if they do I see a win brewing. It all starts on the defensive end. Lock em down fellas and make a run. JB hits his patented jumper, hopefully that spurs him going forward. C's force a turnover on D and we are in BUSINESS! Let's GO CELTICS! Back down the crapper we go... McCollum just flopped like a big baby and got the call. C's are finally playing with heart and grit. They just need to get over the hump and get this lead. That run I was calling for and the C's with the lead! Yet there it goes, man this team is starting to be very frustrating to watch. C's continue to trail...

4Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

 Tatum needs to take over in this quarter. C's trail and are staring at losing another game. If they lose today I won't be surprised if they lose tomorrow as well. There's still time left tonight to come back and win this one. It has to start on D, and Tatum needs the ball in his sweet spots. DWhite with a few clutch baskets to tie this game up! Even when he's off he always stays in the game and tends to hit big shots. That's the mark of a guy with ice water in his veins. Dude has that clutch gene! Time to outwork the Pelicans on both ends as this game enters crunch time. DWhite is that man... It's been ugly but these C's kept grinding. Celtics Win! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride!

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