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Close em out!

Time for the C's to send the Cavs packing! This team isn't that good and I expect the C's to close em out. Defense is the biggest key to winning tonight's game. After that everything falls into place. 

 1st Quarter 

Back to back three from JB and DW! DW drives and scores and the C's are up by a small margin early. C's need to blow these guys off the floor! Al for three! Finally he gets one! Early on DWhite looks locked in baby! JT mans it up and dunks on the entire Cavs D! Go get em JT no fear! Morris pushes off and gets the call. JT just nailed a pure three in Mobleys face. It would be nice if the C's can grab a big lead going into the second quarter. It's gonna take effort on D for the C's if they want this win. Right on cue DWhite draws the charge from Mobley. Joe calls the timeout as the C's D is very lax. They need to step on their throats and send em packing to Ohio. JB drives and kicks to PP for three! Now play some freaking defense please. This is an unacceptable first. 

2nd Quarter 

JT finds PP for three to start up our second! This is the quarter to go on a big run and grab this lead! JT to Sam for three! JT gets hacked on a three and absolutely no call... Joe is reaming them out for their uninspiring defense. C's need to push this pace right now. Especially with the Cavs being short handed. I'm disgusted by the C's defense tonight. DWhite to Al for three! Come on guys let's go! Al with some sweet Defense! Al again with some epic defensive play! I love Al what epic hustling on his part! C's lead but not by enough. First free throws in the last 40 seconds of the quarter. Fixed... 

3rd Quarter 

C's have two free throws so far in tonight's game. What a way for the NBA to keep the score close. If the C's can block out the poor official's and play D they will go on a run here. Sometimes this damn team makes me not want to watch them anymore. They built momentum going into half and allow these duds back into the game. Play some damn defense and get your heads in it. Great D by Holiday leads to the break for the C's. JT gets a steal and gets to the rack! Finally some damn hustle and actual work and the lead is growing! Please sustain this energy! Al for three! Brown gets hacked and they finally blow the damn whistle. C's D has definitely been better here in the third. Offense is slowing down and not doing it's job. I'm glad JT went to the hoop and drew the foul there. Attack the damn rim and make the refs blow the whistle. C's need to wake up on offense. Good timeout by Joe because the offense bites right now. I honestly want to scream as I write because they keep allowing this Cavs team back in the game. I wish these games didn't elevate my blood pressure. Great pull up by JT for the midrange jumper. C's lead after three...

4th Quarter 

For the love of Celtics basketball please end this. JB drives and earns getting to the line. Make em... Jrue gets inside and scores. That was big... Jrue again score inside the paint. Need to really buckle down on D. It all starts with focus and effort on D. C's must get their heads into this fourth quarter. I'm over the announcers talking about how short handed the Cavs are. It's a lack of focus from the C's allowing them to stay in the game. DWhite for three!!! JT find Al for three!!! Excellent D by White! Get that weak crap outta here! JT with a HUGE three and the lead is growing! I'd have a drink but I don't think my stomach can handle it. Overall so far I'm pleased with what I'm seeing. Until that crap possession... Too many turnovers tonight. That's why Cavs are in this game. Jrue freaking HOLIDAY FOR THREE!!! JT and JB in almost back to back plays find Holiday inside! Let's Go! CELTICS WIN!!! 

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