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Must C’s: TD Garden is alive (volume UP)

For the first time in over a year, the Celtics have invited a near full home crowd back to the parquet.

Washington Wizards Vs Boston Celtics At TD Garden Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Celtics are down 73-60 at halftime to the Brooklyn Nets, but don’t tell the Boston faithful at TD Garden. For the first time since March 8th last year, the team has invited a near full capacity through the entrance at the North Station doors for Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs.

It’s been over two years since Boston has hosted a home playoff game (Kyrie Irving’s final appearance at TD Garden in Celtics green) and on Friday night, the Garden was at 25%, but that’s nothing like a full crowd with those seventeen championship banners hanging from the rafters.

Before the game, the Celtics celebrated play-by-play announcer Mike Gorman’s induction into the Naismith Hall of Fame:

And then the game started. It was a competitive first quarter with highlights galore, but you can listen to these plays without even seeing the video and just turning the volume way up. The sound alone will raise the hairs on your arms:

Without Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker, and Robert Williams, these 17,000 strong is trying to be that sixth man that pushes our team to a win. Let’s go, Celtics!

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