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ECF Game 4

Tonight can be the night the C's punch their ticket back to the NBA Finals. Close out games are usually the hardest, but these C's can pull it off! After what we all witnessed on Saturday night, this team can do it all. Go out tonight and seize the day! Before the game starts, Rest In Peace to Bill Walton. An incredible player, great announcer and huge part to the 1986 team. Memory Eternal Bill...

1Q ☘️ 

JTs first three is nothing but net! JB drives through Nesmith for his first bucket! The studs will have to lead them in finishing off this series. I need to see the C's commit on D all game. What a sweet three by Jrue from the top of the key. DWhites first shot is a pure three point shot over Siakim. Keep making the Pacers work on D. Jrue gets another one! DWhite with yet another block! Sends the rookies shot back at em! So far the C's start has been very good. As was their start last game in the first. My hope if they build and keep the lead tonight at the end of the first. C's running on a running team is my favorite thing to see. Look at that lefty off glass by JT! That was freaking beautiful! Sam finally hit a shot! Good for you Sam! C's need to buckle down on D if they want this win tonight. Al gets on the board after a nice pass by JT. The C's offense has been very effective tonight. Definitely need work on D and rebounding the ball. Too many second chances for the Pacers. C's with a small lead after one. 

2Q 🍀 🍀 

Jrue drives, the D commits and and finds Al for three! The way they can drive and kick is tough to stop. Especially with the fact this Indy team doesn't play much D. It feels like this is going to be a tight game. Unless the C's can go on a substantial run. Please go on a big run guys. Pritchard hits a big early three. C's need to pick up their work ethic on D. Please just finish this damn team off tonight. I'm sick and tired of Mike Breen fawning over the Pacers. DWhite looks to be locked in so far, on both ends. C's are finally crashing the glass and getting extra opportunities. JT playing some bully ball and the game is tied up. Excellent passing by JT finding DWhite who gets inside for two. JB gets out in transition and scores easily. C's offense hasn't been the problem tonight. I just want to see some work put in on D. Let's lock em down and get a nice 10-0 run going. Back to back buckets from the Jays gives the C's a lead. C's with a slight lead at the half. 

3Q ☘️ ☘️ ☘️ 

C's have some work to do, need to step up and cut the Pacers down. It would be nice if they really tightened up defensively. Someone needs to lock Nemhard down. Start crashing the boards and play Celtics basketball! Do that and you can secure the Eastern Conference Finals and rest your players. Play some freaking D! Will the Celtics wake the freak up here in the third? JT hits a pure three! DWhite with the incredible steal and finish on the other end. It should have been an And One. JB sticking up for his teammate right there off the foul call. Turner clearly committed the offensive foul, and Brown wasn't cool with what he did to White. I love seeing JB be physically engaged. Al is crashing the glass, and making plays. DWhite with a huge block on McConnell. I'm surprised McConnell didn't flop to the ground. C's answer the Pacers mini run and we have a timeout. C's are a run away from ending this damn series. JB hits a big three and the game gets tighter. 

4Q 🍀 🍀 🍀 🍀 

 Time to do what is needed to win this game. It starts on defense, yes defense! Defense wins championships and we need to C the C's play D. JB for three! JT with a huge JAM! C's just don't want to play D tonight and it's gonna bite them. I don't want to see a damn game on Wednesday. I want this damn series over with. More games, means more chance for injury. It's time to get some stinking rest before the Finals. C's keep fighting back and the Pacers call a timeout. A few lock down defensive plays and we have a great chance to win. Pacers are a very lucky team with some of these plays. Honestly I think their team is garbage. A minute and nine seconds are left and we have a timeout. The score is all tied up... Defense will be the key out of this timeout. DWhite for three!!!! NBA Finals here we come! 

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