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 It seems guys from both teams are taking an injury game?!

1Q 

C's open up with a depleted line up but have grabbed the lead. I wonder if we see various different lineups as we wind down this season. I do know I need to find out if KP is hurt or this is just the way to save him for the playoffs. Hes been M I A for a while and I'm trying not to worry. As the NCAA selection show is going on, you see guys on this floor who played in those tournament games. Man does Sam Hausers shot bring rain everytime it goes in?! I've never seen such a rainbow like three in all my days. Watching PP get inside the paint and either score or dish is incredible. I love everything about PPs game. It's so well rounded despite his small stature. Honestly I don't know very many of the Wizards out here playing. Al doesn't seem to age at all! He's primed for a very big postseason. Despite being short handed the C's have played rather well. C's lead after the first. ☘️🏀

2Q

C's just need to keep playing well on both ends. If they do it's going to be a run away victory. Can we talk about Jrue Holiday and how special he's played this entire season. Talk about a guy who has sacrificed his numbers for this team. He does all the little things you could ask for. That's what makes him a winner! I can't wait to see him in the playoffs, he always been a guy who shines in those moments. Let's talk about Xavier Tillman, little by little we are seeing he's a baller. He has the ability to his corner threes and also post up which is a lost art. I love his defense and I feel he's got that ability to rebound effectively. Luke Kornet has grown so much as a player this season. We all know he has deficiencies, but he's got game. Solid defender and rebounder this year and can bring down alley oops! Kudos to Mike Gorman for getting honored in Holyoke Ma and marching in the parade. Right in my neck of the woods! C's are cruising! ☘️☘️🏀🏀

3Q

C's will take on the Pistons tomorrow and the Bucks on Wednesday. The Pistons had quite the battle with the Heat this afternoon. The Bucks beat the Suns without Giannis. Will he be available for Wed?! Was that why he took today off?! Who has more to prove on Wed the C's or Bucks?! The C's and Bucks have split this season series. Last time the Bucks blew the doors off the C's. Revenge game?! If that's the case I'm all for it. The C's need to continue to ride this train and win as much as possible. Don't take your feet off the gas at all. Don't go out there and get hurt but go out there win and get ready for the playoffs. I need these playoffs now! I want Banner 18! C's still blowing the doors off the Wiz. ☘️☘️☘️🏀🏀🏀

4Q

How cool are these Sam Cassell eye commercials?! I know I've said this before and I stand by that! Epic commercial with a Celtic who made big plays during their last title. He was a heck of a player for the Rockets and had a heck of a career. You have to give the C's their flowers tonight for not getting trapped playing to the level of the Wiz. Kudos to Sam for hitting ten threes. Good win fellas. ☘️☘️☘️☘️🏀🏀🏀🏀

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