Oh man. I was riding high like I was on meth or some ****. But as it always is with meth, you hit that wall and then have the inevitable crash.
No. This is something that lives with you for years and years. These types of losses aren't ones you just get over. It's historic and franchise defining, unfortunately.I will never stop bitching about this:
Up 25, with the ball, immediately after a stop, and Gobert carelessly throws a lazy pass that PG easily picks off and dunks.
After blowing a 3-1 lead last year, when the turning point started in Game 5 up big against Denver because we got complacent, having that sort of complacency AGAIN with a huge lead in a massive playoff game is inexcuseable. It's irredeemable.
Gobert's mindset should have been "No way in hell what happened last year happens again."
That complacent turnover was the turning point.