We're all in a state of shock, people. Hell, I hope you stayed up late with me to watch some playoff basketball.
But those of us on #NBATwitter who were up had a ball. Here are some of the highlights.
“Dubs would be up 2-0 if that ref didn’t call that BS 6th foul on KD. Curry can’t get it done in the clutch” pic.twitter.com/7x7hmz1y9z— phillip (@MeekPhill_) April 16, 2019
Sure KD. The blown 3-1 lead was slightly less important this time around, and lacking LeBron James. But we get the point.
NBA fans watching the Warriors blow a 31-point lead pic.twitter.com/HVHUXNj7b5— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) April 16, 2019
I, for one, am thrilled.
KD you can't leave mid-series man! It's one game!
No one:— LakeShowYo (@LakeShowYo) April 16, 2019
Everyone when Warriors blow 31pt lead: pic.twitter.com/KXYbzqKwgT
Anyone awake right now is dancing in their living room, I assure you that.
Don’t worry Golden Choke Warriors it’ll be our little secret pic.twitter.com/tEgMJk3yDD— Denlesks (@Denlesks) April 16, 2019
No, it's not real. But we can pretend!
“How y’all blow a 31-point lead to the Clippers at the crib?”— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) April 16, 2019
Sorry, fellas, there's no explanation to get you out of this one. Steve Kerr's bound to be pissed.
Tiger Woods' Masters win is now the second-greatest comeback in sports history. It lasted one day.
The Warriors, after they get a lead with the numbers “3” and “1” together pic.twitter.com/CegxYNpBfT— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) April 16, 2019
Golden State's only weakness is primary numbers.
How can the Warriors be so dominant yet such choke-artists? We'll never know.
The Warriors blew a 31 point lead pic.twitter.com/mPCTVDYXde— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) April 16, 2019
We can only hope Bron was watching somewhere, glass of wine in hand.