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C's welcome the Wiz

 Will we get to see Xavier Tillman and Jaden Springer tonight. C's welcome the Washington Wizards to the Garden. It turns both gentlemen are injured and we will have to wait to see them. 

1Q 🍀

C's are attacking early on, and that's what this offense needs to do. I'd love to see this group attack the paint more. Instead of working from the outside in, it should be the inside out.  Jrue Holiday has such an incredible presence on the block. That's the old school basketball I love to see. Where has basketball gone, the post up game is such a lost art. Once that three point shot became the focal point the game has lost its essence. It's still the most beautiful sport, yet that's it's imperfection. More often than not this Celtics group defers to the three. They have moments where they buck that trend, I'd prefer to see that become their norm. I do enjoy how the C's move the ball, it's a thing of beauty. KP must be the anchor in the post for this team to be successful. JB looks fresh and has his midrange jumper going. That could legit be an unstoppable weapon in the playoffs. C's will have to tighten up defensively in the next quarter. 

2Q ☘️☘️

C's will need to step up there defense here in the second. They allowed way too many easy buckets to the Wizards. Wizards also killed the C's with fast break points. JTs game continues to grow, I love when he goes to his midrange. He really should get into MJs head and learn the art of the post/ fadeaway game. Watching the C's execute and attack the paint and see guys cutting gives me hope they can do this more often. The more they can get inside the easier the offense will run. C's are allowing the Wizards to hang around. It's time for a big run to close the quarter. C's have some adjustments to make at the half. 

3Q ☘️☘️☘️

C's need to wake up because they can't continue to sleep walk vs inferior teams. C's need to pound the paint and let KP go to work. This team is really testing my patience. KP is going to take over this third quarter. C's have picked it up on D which is great to see. They still trail but have an opportunity to come back. Time to really lock down and take it to Washington. Scal is very annoying... JT just brought the house down, he split the D and JAMMED IT HOME! C's came to work in this third and it's payed off. 

4Q 🍀🍀🍀🍀

C's must close out this game with intensity! PP out here and straight using Poole. The old show and go plus the AND ONE! C's have earned their place back in the lead. They better not take the Heat lightly on Sunday afternoon. That team will like some payback for the butt whooping we gave em last time. C's pull this one out....

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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