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Finals Thoughts...

 As we approach the NBA Finals, it's all about 18. The Celtics have come this far and I expect them to close the deal. Now it won't be easy, but this team is ready to break through. The national media will be all about Luka and Kyrie. I guarantee most of America will be rooting for them. Kudos to Luka and Kyrie for playing so well, but we have four guys who can guard the two of them. I feel Jrue, Derrick, and the Jays can guard Luka. While ideally Jrue and Derrick can get to Kyrie, I wouldn't mind the Jays taking a crack at him too. Now who is Luka going to stop?? I'll tell ya no one! Who is Kyrie going to stop, no one! Dallas plays decent team defense but they can't shut down the fab four. Now if you add KP and Al to the mix that's six studs who can't be denied. 

The key for me will be defense, set the tone on that end and everything else will follow. Defense has predicated the games won this season. The playoff games won have been started and ended with defense. When that defense is working, the offense follows suit. Four more games until the ultimate sports glory. Once this group accomplishes this goal, they will be part of a fraternity of Celtic winners. There's no better place to win than in Boston. Ultimately I'd love to see the C's win in a sweep, but I'll take five games. Handle your business at home and steal one on the road and the rest can be history. 

Bleed Green! Celtic Pride! Banner 18! 


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