But yeah, if we come out and lose Game 4 in pathetic fashion again, I'll start to really panic.
Hate to say it, but even the optimist in me has more confidence in Cleveland stealing a game @Boston than of Boston stealing a game @Cleveland. Call it the "Lebron Effect", but that's how I feel. I mean, road games are never easy, but it's not like their crowd is a hostile environment either (felt like they were playing in a library much of yesterday to be honest). Just stick to the game plan and we escape with a win on Monday night.
Last night's game was truly awful though. I had predicted Cleveland would win a desperation Game 3, but boy I didn't think they'd win by 30 points. Hell, it never even seemed like Boston went on any kind of run yesterday, which is baffling.
Anyways, Cleveland did what they had to, and did what many expected (I mean, if CLE were to win a game this series, it almost had to be Game 3), now it's our turn.
That said, the C's will have A TON of adjustments to make before Game 4, or it could be ugly again. It would be one thing to lose a close hard-fought game yesterday, but losing in that fashion just leaves a bad taste in your mouth. I hope CBS is ripping into this team.
Also, have to PRAY we don't get Fosters/Brothers Monday (though I unfortunately think we will).
Lets see how Game 4 plays out, and go from there. GO C'S!!
(I'll probably be out most of today, so if I'm not around much today, enjoy your Sundays y'all! Also think we all definitely need a small break after last night's horror show lol.)