Dealing With The Celtics Loss

So the Celtics lose and you find yourself moping around the house replaying the series over and over again in your head. I mean, come on now, the Celtics had more than their fair share of opportunities to put the Heat away and simply could not get it done. I was starting to come around on Jeff Grreen (HE IS SUCH A GREAT ATHLETE) until he had two turnovers late in game five helping seal the victory for that team in Miami.

So what do we do now? At least football training camp will start soon. Wait, at least the Red Sox are over .500 and playing well. Wait, at least there will be NBA basketball next season. Come to think of it, this is not a great time to be a Boston sports fan. The Celtics should have won this series need to take a hard look at things in the off season. The starting five will return for another run, but the lack of a bench presence will likely land the team in the same spot as they were in this year.

On that note, here are some tips for dealing with the inevitable depression that is about to sweep the Celtics nation:

Depression self-help tip 1: Cultivate supportive relationships
Depression self-help tip 2: Take care of yourself
Depression self-help tip 3: Get regular exercise
Depression self-help tip 4: Eat a healthy, mood-boosting diet

Seriously, it’s not that bad. The Celtics had their run winning a championship earlier than expected. The team was old, tired, broken down and just could not hang with the younger more athletic Miami Heat.

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