The Warriors Steamroll Over The Celtics (108-88)

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Updated: March 5, 2014
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Coming into the game the Celtics organization did a great thing as they granted a 12 year old kids wish of seeing the Celtics play in person. Louis Corbett a 12 year old from New Zealand has a rare eye condition that will soon take away his eye sight and on his wish list he wanted to attend a Boston Celtics game. His wish was granted but his team didn’t do their part by getting young Louis the win.

The Celtics struggled from the beginning of this game all the way to the end. The Splash Brothers were in full affect combining for 32 points and making everything they did look easy. The sad part about this is that they had a lot of wide open shots that didn’t go down because, both could of easily went for 25 points each or more. David Lee also had his way with the Celtics tonight adding a double-double of 18 points and 10 rebounds. The Celtics had 21 turnovers which is just horrible if you are trying to compete and stay in the game at all. The only bright spot for the Celtics tonight was Kelly Olynyk and his 19 points and also Rondo with 14 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists.

Golden State was just on a mission from the start of this game as their lead reached up to 30 points and this is in a road game. The Celtics will need to regroup for friday as Pierce and KG come back into town for an emotional run around for the 2nd time in about a month or so. The Celtics need to figure out what they need to do on offense and on defense as the Warriors have exploited them in every way from the post to the 3 point line and this was a terrible showing in front of the Boston fans.

One Comment

  1. Gary Norris Gray BASN Staff Reporter

    March 6, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    sorry Travis the W’s are hot right now

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