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Luka visits the Garden

Luka and the flat earther visit the TD Garden. C's are looking for their 10th victory in a row. Watching this team this year, they are doing what's needed to win. They play exceptional D and on those switches they are seamless. Offensively they have been very productive and move that rock beautifully. C US RISE ...


Luka just walks into an easy deuce. C's will need to lock him up at best they can tonight. KP opens us up and nails a three! C's are running in transition and scoring early on. These Mavericks play absolutely no defense at all. C's should continue to score at will tonight! C's offense is on fire tonight! Once again these Mavs play NO DEFENSE! I personally feel JT should win the MVP this season. Jrue Holiday just read Luka like a book and the C's are moving in transition at lights speed! C's lead after one...


Jrue Holiday is LETHAL from the corners! Talk about a huge weapon come post season! He's just incredible from those corner threes. I love watching the C's run in transition. Overall the C's are not letting up on either end. They keep bringing the attack to the Mavs. Despite their lack of defense these Mavs are staying in this game. Luka is yet again playing like the star that he is. You see the numbers he puts up regularly but seeing him live is unreal. JT hits a sweet fall away, followed up by an AND ONE! I love how the C's are exploiting this weak Mavs D. C's lead at the half..


Going to need to see a nice C's run to start the third. Amp up the D and run in transition! After excellent ball movement JT starts us off with a three! Luka gets a lot of calls JT doesn't... Tonights third feels like an old Western shootout. Joe calls a much needed timeout, C's D isn't where it should be. Overall the C's offense has been pretty good, but they have left points out there. C's need to close this quarter on a run. Tatum continues to attack the rim and make things happen. C's lead after the third...


 We enter the fourth with the C's in the lead. The C's are coming out hot here in the fourth. They are smacking these Mavs back to Texas with a one two punch! Leading to a TKO! These Mavs are a bottom feeder in the western conference. Yet they have a lot of talent! Got to say I'm overall pleased with how the C's played tonight. They better rest up and get ready to light the Warriors up Sunday afternoon. C's with a nice win! 

Bleed Green! Celtics Pride! 


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