The original title to the article was “Friendly Reminder to Drink Your Milk” (with a picture of Gordon with a milk mustache) – you know, make light of an injury and move on… I mean shit, at least I would have waited about 15 hours to say that, Skip Bayless waiting about 15 minutes before talking how this affects the fucking playoff picture!
If Gordon Hayward is gone, maybe for the season, LeBron's path to losing a sixth finals gets even easier.
— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) October 18, 2017
However, after watching video-after-video, and seeing picture-after-picture of that absolutely GROSS injury, I thought again.
If you haven’t seen it, but want to, here it is (if you don’t want to see it again, I don’t blame you):
Gordon Hayward's injury is not for the faint-hearted 🤕🤢 pic.twitter.com/7NatZQ5pKU
— Certain Betting (@CertainBetting) October 18, 2017
And if you watched it, I imagine your reaction was almost exactly like the Cavs bench’s (leg not featured in this one):
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) October 18, 2017
Honestly, I think that was EVERYONE’S reaction…
**”Eww that was gross“**
**But then for some sick reason watch it again**
Why the FUCK do we do that?!
Watching it over and over is so messed up… but we all do it anyway… ALL. OF. US. DO.
(Shoutout to the people who watched all three of those links… You are fucked up!)
No real point to this article… Just an observation that it’s so weird how we all watch this disgusting injuries and they are just the worst.
I guess we’re all a little (a lot) fucked up.
#RealTalk: No one likes to see ANY player get hurt like that, especially a guy of his caliber and character. We here at WCS have good friends inside the Celtic’s organization, and sincerely wish Gordon the best #PrayersUp.