Broad Street Baller’s head is spinning after the 76ers split two nail-biters with Boston, but less-frazzled fans fearlessly forecast what needs to happen Wednesday night for the young, underpuppy Sixers to go up 2-1 on the wizened but wiley Celtics.
SIXERS RAP: Lamont “Monty G” Anderson, the 380-pound South Philly hip-hop dancer who leads the behind-the-basket crowd in cheers at every home game, rapped his analysis of Game 3:
“You can deal with that
You can deal with this,
But if Boston comes to Philly,
They’re going home pissed!”
Interpreting his bold rhyme, Monty G told Broad Street Baller, “Boston has stars but they’re older now. They been there and done that, but they get tired. We have young players who are eager. If we play as a team, we can be there and do that, too.