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Jazz It Up

 C's look to win on the second night of a back to back! No Brown, Horford, Porzingis... Hopefully No Problem!

1Q 🏀

First score of the game goes to Luke Kornet, off some excellent ball movement. Haus money with a pure three, I don't even think it touched the net! JT just posterized some Utah defender! His name doesn't matter, because you will see his face on that poster! DWhite is starting to warm up, making a few threes! He's been due for a big game, and tonight could be that night. Overall his season has been incredible, he's truly an overall complete player. The X-Man is in the game, he's a big dude with a nice wing span. I think he can be a defensive nightmare for the opposition, especially in the playoffs. PP has played extremely well in this first quarter. This Jazz team plays no defense whatsoever. C's lead after the first. ☘️

2Q 🏀🏀

PP is out here breaking dudes ankles! His change of pace is sneaky impressive! I tell you when PP is given time on the floor, he's a joy to watch. C's have done a great job building up this lead. Keep your feet on the gas, and give these Jazz the Blues! For all the pundits who say the C's have no bench, they are wrong. All of these guys contribute when needed. C's are letting this lead slip away... Time to refocus and get themselves back in order. It would be nice if the C's go on a nice run to end the quarter. C's lead after two. 🍀🍀

3Q 🏀🏀🏀

C's game plan for the third should be blow their doors off and rest guys in the fourth. Continue to attack the Jazz because they don't play any defense. Just go out like it's the first quarter, put up 40 points and call it a night. Tatum has put together quite a half, he just allows the game to come to him. Whenever I hear the voices of CELTICS past it gives me all the feels. There's so much history in this organization and it's time for another banner. Love how the C's are pushing the tempo, just like a good upbeat song. DWhite coming off screens nailing threes is elite! C's are going to build this lead up! Luke Kornet has been swarming on both ends of the floor. C's better tighten up, because the lead is dwindling. ☘️☘️☘️

4Q 🏀🏀🏀🏀

C's only lead by seven, they have to distance themselves from the Jazz here in the fourth. Need to have Tatum, White and Holiday lead this train into station. Till out here nailing threes and grabbing boards! I love what I'm seeing from him. He needs more regular minutes. Especially with the top guys, let's see how he can play with them. Overall C's have answered every run the Jazz have thrown at them. That's what's expected from the best team in the league. C's are pulling away from the Jazz, time for the knockout blows! C's Win! 🍀🍀🍀🍀

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! 


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