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C's welcome Chef Curry


Air Tatum takes on the master Chef Curry. C's may need this win more than any other this regular season. Happy Birthday JT! My late Uncle would have been 70 today. He was a big C's fan!

1Q ☘️

JB opens us up from three! He follows that by posting up Curry who is a liability on D. JB should be primed for a big game! Thompson travels as he hits the three. He took two steps with the ball and no dribble. DWhite with a three and we are off to what looks like a lot of scoring today. DWhite with another three, he's going to have a big game today. C's look locked in early on today, keep it going fellas. C's D has been decent, and I hope they can lock down Curry. C's fans need to boo Curry like they do Kyrie. JB is lighting Green up! Talk about a heck of a quarter, JB is BALLING! These Warriors ain't got nothing on this year's C's! Let's GO! C's are playing better than I expected today. Love seeing PP push the pace in transition! Love this kid! C's lead after the first! C's are on 🔥!

2Q 🏀🏀

C's better hold onto their momentum here in the second. C's haven't lost any of their edge here in the second! They keep bringing on on both ends! Absolutely loving everything these C's are doing, they have something to prove and it's evident. Tatum and Brown are proving they learned something from losing those Finals. I'm not sure if the Warriors lost something in customs, but damn the C's are killing em! This is one of the best halves I've seen the C's play this season. C's are up by a thousand at the half! 

3Q 🍀🍀🍀

Kerr not playing Thompson or Curry, is he waiving the white flag?!? C's haven't let up despite Kerr not playing any of the stars. With that said the benches are being emptied and here we are. It's up to the bench to keep this lead alive! PPs change of pace is elite! 

4Q 🏀🏀🏀🏀

 C's are rolling em! It's been a total drubbing this afternoon! You can look at the fact the Warriors sat everyone at half, but these C's were rolling them at full strength in the first half. What a win! 





C's us Rise! Bleed Green! Celtic Pride!

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