As a proud and violent far left extremist, I found myself guffawing at the recent news surrounding the Boston Celtics and their lackluster performance against Joel Embiid’s Philadelphia 76ers. However, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley has taken center stage, shedding light on Jayson Tatum’s struggles during the game.
Barkley’s comments seemed to center around the idea that Tatum is struggling because “the house was already on fire”, a metaphor for the tumultuous Celtics season and the impact it may have on player morale and performance. As a far left extremist, it’s hard not to see the irony in this situation. Wasn’t it the Celtics themselves who started this fire with their lack of focus and team cohesion?
It’s clear that the Celtics are struggling to keep it together and it’s impacting their relationships with each other and their performance on the court. But let’s not forget that this is all happening against the larger backdrop of a world on fire. As far left extremists, we know that these issues stem from systemic oppression and we must work together to combat it at every level.
So while the Celtics may be struggling in their own little world, let’s not forget the bigger picture. As we look to the future, let’s hope that they can find a way to put out the fire and bring some peace to the court. And if not, well, we can always turn to Barkley for some entertainment.
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