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Breaks over...

C's are in Chicago to continue their journey towards Banner 18. No time for letting up, let's keep this train chugging. 

1Q ☘️

Time to get back to business, and keep those wins coming. C's are cold, take it to the rack! Jrue finally gets the C's on the board with a corner three. Jrue has been deadly from the corners this season. That shot will be a huge weapon in the playoffs. What a pick and roll as JB finds KP for the JAM! After a slow start the C's are warming up. These Bulls really don't like to defend the three, so the C's better make them pay for it. JB is out here attacking that rim, that's what we need from him! DWhite hasn't missed a step as he continues blocking shots, making steals and scoring. He's truly the Swiss army knife of these Celtics. Just a multi facetted WEAPON! C's haven't missed a beat despite being off for the All Star break. C's lead after one and here we go! 

2Q 🍀🍀

These Celtics continue to play efficiently on offense, these Bulls have no answer defensively. Despite sometimes feeling like this bench doesn't have "it" both PP and Sam have made their impact. Once the playoffs start minutes won't be as free as the regular season. I expect PP and Sam to get a few minutes here or there but not to the point where it will hurt the C's. The big Dawgs or Big 6 will see most of the minutes. The key for the C's going into this stretch run and post season is going to be health. KP is the key that unlocks what this team is truly capable of. So in my mind make sure you treat him like a delicate piece of glass ware. C's have allowed the Bulls back into the game. They will need a nice run to close out the half and extend their lead. JB just manned up and gets to the cup! He completes the And One, and the C's need to dig in on D now. JB with a step back nothing but net three! This game is way too close. C's trail... 

3Q ☘️☘️☘️

Defense needs to be the catalyst of this third for the C's. JTs first touch is a hard take to the cup drawing a foul. They need to keep pounding the paint. Jrue Holiday with the three where all you heard was straight twine. Kudos to JB for drawing the charge on the big fella. C's have asserted themselves in this third! They have a five point lead as the Bulls call a timeout. We need to see that lead grow some more! This Bulls team doesn't really impress me. I mean they are playing better tonight in comparison to the last time we met. JB with a huge hustle from behind BLOCK! You love seeing your stars give max effort out there. It's all about the effort and heart you give out there. JT just hit a three from beyond way downtown! C's need to close this quarter off strong, they can't allow any let ups. Poor Sam is going to end up with a black eye after getting nailed by Kornet. C's lead after the third!

4Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

 C's offense is executing at an elite level. Kornet is out here rebounding like a machine! He's a rebounding and dunking savant! There are certain players you remember from rosters over the years. If the C's win a chip this season Kornet will be a guy we all remember. He will be unforgettable, cue Nat King Cole! The more I watch Derrick White the more I fall in love with his entire game. This young man is beyond special! C's have been very good on D in this second half and that's why they have the lead. C's with a good win coming off the all star break. That's seven in a row! 


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