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C's welcome Brooklyn

The Celtics welcome the Brooklyn Nets in the final game before the break. These two teams went at it last night, so tonight should be interesting. JT went off for forty one last night. Will he do it again?! Tonight could be the 100th win for Coach Joe! He would be tied for the fifth fastest to reach that number of wins. 

First Quarter ☘️

C's secure the tip and we are on our way. KP opens us up and nails a three! He can be deadly from outside, but I prefer him in the post. Early fashion statement from JT and DW as they rock the Jrue headband. C's start the game on nice 7-0 run. DWhite seems to be locked in early on. He's hitting his threes and scoring inside. He's been a huge cog in the success of the C's this season. I fully believe he will come up big in the post season. He will make a play that will keep him in Celtics lore forever. C's are playing pretty well tonight, there's no lull tonight. Not ideal to be missing JB tonight, but expect other guys to step up. KP looks good tonight, and I can't wait to see him in the playoffs. JT can get into the paint anytime he wants in any game he wants. C's are shooting 67 percent as we speak. The rook Jordan Walsh is in, let's see what he can do. C's will finish this quarter with a nice lead. 

Second Quarter 🍀🍀

Walsh looks like he needs more work in the G League. These Nets are not very good at all. C's should be able to blow them off the floor even more. The lead continues to climb. This game looks like a complete route. C's are on a 22-0 run and it may continue to grow. I do have to say it's pleasing to watch the best team in the league beat their lowly competition handily. When you don't play with your food this is what happens. It's so nice to hear Eddie House on the broadcast. A breath of fresh air in comparison to Scal and how he talks down to us as fans. C's lead by a mile at the half. 

Third Quarter ☘️☘️☘️

These Celtics are on fire tonight, no let downs on the second night of a back to back. Let's talk second half of the season. Expectations for the C's are to stay healthy, and prepare for the playoffs. One thing that needs to really be worked on is their late game execution. We all know come playoffs the games tighten up. I want to see this team tighten things up. Which I feel they will, because they continue to grow as the season progresses. It's all about Banner 18 and nothing else matters. C's open the third on a 9-0 run! No let downs in this third quarter. C still lead by a mile. 

Fourth Quarter 🍀🍀🍀🍀

 As we walk into All Star weekend, these Celtics are achieving what was expected. Excellent team play on both ends, players that are sacrificing for one another. Stats are no longer what's driving these guys. It's all about T E A M, no more selfish agendas. The key to winning it all will be staying healthy. If they do that there is no team beating them in a seven game series. Enjoy all star weekend! Celtics Win! 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 

It's Geno Time! 


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