Good Effort Kid Tells Miami Heat “Good Job, Good Effort” After Game 5 Loss To Boston Celtics
The Miami Heat had Game 5 against the Boston Celtics in their grasp and let them off the hook. Thanks to a clutch shot from Paul Pierce and a chokejob from LeBron James, the Celtics have a 3-2 series lead. The best moment occurred when the Heat were leaving the court and the cameras picked up a young kid telling the Heat “Good job, good effort.”
It was either a Miami Heat fan hoping that his favorite team would keep their heads up or it was a sarcastic Boston Celtics fan rubbing it in the face of the Heat. Personally, I hope the kid is a Celtics fan. That would be the greatest thing to happen in Internet history. That kid would never have to buy a drink for the rest of his life. He would be loved by a ton of people. The Good Effort kid is going to be a star.
Personally, I think many teams could use the Good Effort kid. He is going to be in high demand. If your team is awful, bring him in and have him make the team feel better. It is a win-win situation. I believe that he could help almost anyone out. Heck, it doesn’t even have to be sports related. This Good Effort kid could find a lot of work in many areas.
The Miami Heat need to win two straight to make the NBA Finals. They might need to bring the Good Effort kid along just in case things go south.
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