Watch your language, young man. A disappointed Boston Celtics fan only had one word after watching his team lose to the Chicago Bulls on April 16, and it was totally NSFW! His f-bomb was also hilarious and NBA fans turned this vulgar teen into the latest viral sensation!
If there was a single sound that summed up the heartbreak of Boston Celtics fans at the end of the April 16 NBA Playoff game with the Boston Celtics, it came out of the mouth of one kid attending the game. As Jimmy Butler, 27, was boosting the Bulls’ lead with some free throws, a TNT camera caught one fan looking frustrated and furious. Then, the Celtics kid dropped an f-bomb, live on television! While the camera didn’t capture his voice, it’s obvious what this kid had said.
Chicago took Game 1, 106-102, but the real winner was this Celtics Kid, who became the “spirit animal” of many Boston fans. After all, Boston entered the NBA Playoffs as the No. 1 seed, taking the top rank in the Eastern Conference away from LeBron James, 32, and the defending Cleveland Cavaliers. To Celtics fans, their team wasn’t supposed to lose the first game of their playoff run. Yet, Chicago drew first blood, which made every Boston fan want to swear!
— Tyler James (@TylerJamesCLNS) April 17, 2017
— Seth G. Macy (@sethmacy) April 17, 2017
— Red (@SurvivingGrady) April 17, 2017
The Cleveland Cavs gif Kid and the Boston Celtics gif Kid need screen time next games… give em mics @BleacherReport 😂
— Shep Mo G. (@TheKNATURAL) April 17, 2017
Man, I cannot get enough of this kid dropping the F bomb at the end of the Celtics game.
— Matt Mikolas (@Slickhawk12) April 17, 2017
— Leen (@Gangstaleen617) April 17, 2017
Last night all Celtics fans were this kid. https://t.co/LZLabmbRQq
— Sad Ernie Was Right (@atPeteDodd) April 17, 2017
When you realize the one seed doesn't matter: pic.twitter.com/K9RwYfbexy
— Cleveland Sportsline (@CLEsportsline) April 17, 2017
Jimmy Butler came through, scoring 30-points and nine rebounds to help give the Bulls the opening momentum in this series. “We were so locked in all week,” he said after the game, according to ESPN. “We knew their stuff, just like they knew ours. But we executed extremely well. We haven’t done that all season, but this is the right time to do it.”
While the night was a high for Jimmy and the Bulls, the game came right after Boston’s Isaiah Thomas suffered one of his lowest lows. His 22-year-old sister, Chyna Thomas, was killed in a car accident in their home state of Washington. Isaiah led the Celtics with 33 points, but he may not be around for Game 2. Brad Stevens, the Celtics coach, was unsure if Isaiah was going to fly back home to attend his sister’s funeral, per The Score, but said “whatever he needs to do, he needs to do.”
What did you think about Boston losing to Chicago in Game 1, HollywoodLifers?