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ECF Game 2

 C's start slow but pick things up in the first. C's have made the lead grow here in the second. C's are losing pieces of their lead. JB is looking amazing so far tonight! Going to need a full team effort come the second half. Jrue and Jaylen played superb and I expect them to continue at this level. 

3rd Quarter 

JB opens us up for the deuce! JB gets to same spot and scores again! Play some freaking D! DWhite for three, the ball movement is looking solid. I need to see JT attack the rim going forward, his shot is off. I love seeing JB attack Siakims, he can't keep up on D. C's get called for an absolute garbage travel call. DWhite gets inside so smoothly and scores. DWhite jams it home and should have gotten a call. Another bogus call with Nesmith jumping over Tatums back. This needs to be overturned, or I might lose it. Al needs to dig deep on Siakim for the rest of this game. C's win the challenge good job Joe! jT with the JAM! DWhite for another three great pass by JB! The way JB is playing has been elite today! JT drives and kicks to JB for three! Let's Go! JB gets the D to commit and OB jams it home! JB with the steal on D and scores! PP for three! JT with the turn around jumper! These refs are TRASH! C's with the lead...

4th Q

It took me forever to mention, the great Bill Belicheck is at tonight's game. JT to the cup for the And One! Keep attacking JT! Jrue for THREEEEEEE!!!!!!! C's need to move the ball on offense. Sam with a great pass to DWhite for three! Love the unselfishness! JB parts the D and scores easily! The C's are getting mugged out there and no calls. Despite a slow first half JT has picked things up here in the second half. DWhite has been exceptional tonight he's up to 21 points! JT for three! C's continue to push the lead! We get a break in the action as Joe calls timeout. Four minutes plus and we must close it out the right way! Surprising Carlisle waves the white flag and pulls his guys. No confidence in his guys to make a run. C's finally exhibit some muscle! Good Win! 

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