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C's Swat the Hornets

C's visit Charlotte to end this six game road trip. Let's hope they swat em to death. C's also look to inch closer to home court throughout the Finals. 

Overall tonight's game seemed to never be in question. JT and KP led the way with 25 and 20 points. Sam poured in 25 while DWhite had 19. You add Als 15 and I'd say that's some good balance. What's truly something about this team is they are unselfish. They truly play for each other and move the ball that way. I feel they all trust each other to make the shot when called upon. I trust each and everyone one of the starters to hit a game winning shot if needed. 

When the C's play defense, their offense flows so much better. Come playoffs, they will be so locked in on D we should see them play some of their best basketball. I'd love for them to be dominant in the post season. I know that's wishful thinking but it can happen. C's next game will be at home vs the Thunder. I'd love to see some payback for earlier in the year. 

Anyone watching the Mens and Womens NCAA tournament?! I tell ya the UConn men are a wagon, but Bama can score. Expect a very good game from them. In the other game do yourselves and favor and watch DJ Burns Jr. He's a big dude but moves very beautifully out there. Excellent footwork and great touch. Purdue also has their own big and he has something to prove. Locally the Lady Huskies look to advance to another final four tonight. Basketball is beautiful! 

Celtic Pride! Bleed Green!


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