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Discussion in 'Boston Celtics Fan Forum' started by dustcover, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. dustcover

    dustcover Rookie

    Hey guys, please help me out here. Is the game in London being televised here in U.S?

    And if so, at what time and what network? Any advise on streaming sites would also be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. 1960Pats

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    Sorry about being late to respond. In case you missed it it was a typical 2017-18 Celts game. Fall behind by 20+ in the 2nd quarter, catch up by the 3rd and win going away in the 4th.
     
  3. dustcover

    dustcover Rookie

    'Better late than never!' might apply to the game as well as your reply.

    But thanks just the same for getting back to me. As things worked out, I was able to get the game on old reliable 'sportsarefree.xyz' streaming site.

    And what a game it was. As you recounted, and it does indeed seem typical, down by a wide margin in the first half by playing like a second tier team with turnovers, sloppy defense, and cold shooting.

    Second half, a light goes off and everything begins to click. Tight defense, smooth ball movement, and shots start dropping, particularly from the perimeter.

    And composure! Let's not overlook how a team with so many young players are able to retain there composure in tight games and play like, dare I say it, a championship team.

    One other observation. Wow, would I love to see the team acquire a 'shooter' like J.J. Reddick who could be used off the bench when the team goes into a mid game offensive cold spell. I've watched him since his days at Duke, and when he's hot, he is blistering hot, particularly from the outside and always seems to be open.

    So much for my rant, and now we fans have a five day dry spell before the team next takes the floor.

    Go Green!

    Ciao.
     

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