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Celtics Blinded by Phoenix Suns

Written by Connor McLoughlin

Celtics Blinded by Phoenix Suns

Since losing against the Detroit Pistons on Saturday, the Boston Celtics are now on a two-game losing streak since having an eight-game winning streak. With a final score of 111-103, the Celtics almost had the win, if it wasn’t for Aron Baynes receiving a left-hand fracture in the first quarter (Brad Stevens can confirm that it is indeed broken). Other than that bad news, the Celtics played great in the beginning and towards the end, but alas, it was not enough for the win.

Kyrie Irving went in tonight’s game I thought, with 29 points and 10 assists, one of which was amazing to Timelord (Robert Williams III). Next up, is Jayson Tatum and Terry Rozier with immense plays on offense with shooting three pointers and passing. I do have to say that Williams III had some great blocks and plays in the paint.

What is worrying me is Baynes though. A broken hand puts Baynes out for at least a month and now this where Stevens has to continue to play around with starting lineups (I don’t think there will ever be a final product) 😕 Stevens also said that the Suns were the better team in every which way; this makes me hopeful though because it just shows that this Celtics team can improve more than they already have and that gets me HYPED!

The Celtics will now have a game Friday against Milwaukee and the Charlotte on Sunday 🦌🐝


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