I usually don't post my stuff on here unless I think it's something you guys would actually want to read/discuss. I'm posting this cuz I think a lot of us may feel the way I feel right now.
here's a snippet:
I never thought I'd use this site to vent. Luckily, I'm still venting about sports. And of course, it's about the Chicago Bulls. I've been a little lazy and a lot busy for the past few months but I promised myself I'd do write-ups of every Bulls playoff game. After tonights "victory", I was a little too distraught and partially in denial. Instead, I've decided to write this to make up for it.
I've had a hard time wrapping my head around everything that's happened today. Anybody who follows me on twitter has had to witness my state of… well, distress. I've learnt two things today though. One of which has made me feel like I'm insane and another that helps keep me sane and optimistic.
1. The attitude of your team's best player and your team's coach matters more than anything else.
2. I, and most of everyone who is reading this, care way too much about professional sports teams.
I know I've had some arguments with posters here, most of them in good nature while some of them have gotten out of hand, but at the end of the day we're all Bulls fans and this has been incredibly hard on all of us.