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Re: Celtics (16-10) at Wizards (11-16) Game #27 12/12/18
« Reply #660 on: December 13, 2018, 02:37:02 AM »

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If RW3 puts it all together, the kid is gonna be a big time player. Heís got the instincts and athleticism to be a defense force. And with the right players around him, couple be capable on defense.

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Re: Celtics (16-10) at Wizards (11-16) Game #27 12/12/18
« Reply #661 on: December 13, 2018, 07:18:32 AM »

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That really was a good win last night, I do not care what the Wizards record is: when they are healthy they are always hard to play at home, Cs regularly get waxed down there.

Re: Celtics (16-10) at Wizards (11-16) Game #27 12/12/18
« Reply #662 on: December 13, 2018, 10:36:27 AM »

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Went to the game last night, was 4th row behind the basket and watching those Kyrie shots up close was unbelievable. Made it look effortless as they went in like butter. Then we all chanted MVP.. The whole section was green. Was also there last year when Jaylen hit the dagger 3 in ot and sadly, the year before when Wall hit that monster 3 over Bradley. I'm not sure why we bring out the best of the Wizards, but it's awesome always getting my moneys worth at these games.

Re: Celtics (16-10) at Wizards (11-16) Game #27 12/12/18
« Reply #663 on: December 13, 2018, 10:57:19 AM »

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That really was a good win last night, I do not care what the Wizards record is: when they are healthy they are always hard to play at home, Cs regularly get waxed down there.

Agreed, good W in a place we have had little success at lately.

They were missing Otto Porter (and Dwight, I guess), but we were missing Horford/Hayward/Brown, not remotely comparable. Oubre basically replicated anything you could have expected to get from Porter. Iím glad Gortat is off that team, he always seemed to make plays against us, whether it was offensive rebounds or PnR easy baskets, it looks like WAS missed him.

Depth shines through once again. Iím sure Hayward and Brown will be back Friday or Saturday, and I hope Horford could be back for Milwaukee or by Christmas before that tough road trip to end the year. But letís get his knee right so it doesnít linger longer than it should.
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