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Piston into Boston

C's are yet again shorthanded, but expect a big game from JB and KP! Sneaky big game coming up from Derrick White!

 1Q 🏀

C's haven't hit their stride yet on offense. I want to see JB and KP get involved with some pick and rolls or pick and pops. C's need to get more engaged on D. JB with the tiny pop to Luke Kornet! They can do that all game, if they choose. Early on KP is feeling it with with eight of the C's 12 points. PP pushes it into the paint, and finds JB for a corner three! The way PP attacks the paint for a guy his size is impressive. Good to see the new XMan getting some run here early on. Svi needs to find his rhythm because early on he's off. DWhite for a pure three, the sound of nothing but net is beautiful. I'm expecting a big game from him tonight. Luke Kornet is out here earning Tommy points on the glass. I'm loving the C's D, as they force the shot clock violation. JB out here getting to cup and taking bodies with him. He's so strong, and can bully anyone who guards him. Pistons finish strong and cut into the lead. ☘️

2Q 🏀🏀

C's will need to break the Pistons spirit here in the second. DWhite coming off screens nailing threes is straight fire. He's going to be a problem in the post season. No one will be able to stop him. Tommy point for Springer as he dives onto the floor. PP is pure from deep and let me tell her could drop a boat load of points tonight. I remember this kid in college and he had no fear. He's had plenty of moments with us to prove that. What I'm loving about this team these past two games is guys are stepping up while their teammates are healing up. That's a mark of a great team, emphasis on TEAM. Quality box out by OB as he goes and grabs the board. Guys who do the little things are my favorite. PP needs to get playoff minutes, that's for sure. Springer is a specimen, this kid has some sweet natural athletic ability. I'm curious to see his development. Both trades Brad made in season have the ability to make an impact on this team. Not only this season, but in future ones as well. C's lead at the half. 🍀🍀

3Q 🏀🏀🏀

Anyone want to see a huge Celtics run to start the third?! Need to see the C's, come out and land the knockout blows. Hopefully we get to see more of Springer and Tillman. I feel they both has a future on this team for years to come. C's can play KP but don't need to overdue it. Just keep him fresh and ready for the playoffs. Down the stretch of the season, just give him enough run to make sure he doesn't go cold. KP should live in the paint in the playoffs. He's got a nice post up game and it should be his weapon in battle. Love the fact the C's are out rebounding the Pistons. JB with a HUGE two handed JAM! C's are starting to run away with this one. Rest some guys and get ready for Wed vs the Bucks. I wonder if the C's will play everyone or continue to rest guys. Joe has done a pretty good job of mixing lineups. It's cool seeing Mike Gorman being able to watch the game as as a spectator with his family. JB is looking lit tonight! JB to PP behind the back to X for the deuce! I've gotta say it but I've fallen in love with this team! C's lead after the third! ☘️☘️☘️

4Q 🏀🏀🏀🏀

C's could be on the verge of a Geno celebration! It's nice to see Rondo out there tonight catching the game. How sweet was it in the third to see JB score his 30th points on a Dunk! Gotta love it! This group tonight has been attacking the Pistons all night long. Despite a huge lead both KP and Springer out here challenging shots at the rim. The mark of a good team. Keep grinding and fighting for every possession. When DWhites shot is on, he's unstoppable! DWhite blocking shots has become a regular occurrence. C's are rolling down the river! Lighting the Pistons up like fireworks. Celtics Win! 🍀🍀🍀🍀

Celtic Pride! Bleed Green! 


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