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Join the online community, create your anime and manga list, read reviews, explore the forums, follow news, and so much more! It seems that taking over Udon wasn't going to be as simple as Luffy thought. I have to give the warden some credit. Just when Luffy was acting all confident, the warden turned the tables on him. This shows Luffy that he can't get too careless even with fodders, especially those who don't shy away from underhanded tactics. Luckily, he got the support of Hyogoro, Raizo, Kiku, and Kawamatsu. Kid needs to be free as well. Can't have the prison uprising without him having part of the action. With Kawamatsu finally making his full appearance, the only Scabbard left to be revealed is Denjiro. Plus, Oden and Toki also need to be fully shown and not just as silhouettes. I agree with Chopper on one thing. Forget about Big Mom. She is Queen's problem now and hopefully, she will become Kaido's problem as well.

Celtics Beats Wizards In Overtime

The Celtics were tested in a big way Wednesday night, but they found a way to get their seventh straight win. It took overtime, but Boston beat the Washington Wizards in 130-125 at Capital One Arena. Two big 3-pointers from Kyrie Irving in the extra frame proved to be the difference in what was a narrow, back-and-forth contest that featured 18 lead changes and nine ties. Irving led the Celtics with 38 points.



Marcus Morris (27 points), Marcus Smart (18), Jayson Tatum (12) and Terry Rozier (10) also tallied double figures for Boston. John Wall led the Wizards with 34 points. Jeff Green (22 points), Bradley Beal (22), Kelly Oubre Jr. (20) and Markieff Morris all scored in double digits. With the win, the Celtics climbed to 17-10, while the Wizards fell to 11-17.
The Celtics spent the first two minutes of overtime on a 7-1 run, but their lead wouldn’t last long. After cutting the lead to two, Oubre drained a trey to give the Wizards the lead with 93 seconds left. Down 121-120, Irving was fouled and sunk both free throws, but Markieff Morris scored after grabbing an offensive rebound with a minute to play. In true Irving fashion, however, he hit a heavily-contested, deep 3-pointer, and made it. Though Wall responded with a layup to tie the game, Irving then hit what ended up being the game-winning 3-pointer, a 31-footer, with 17 seconds left.

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