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Let it out. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault.

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Ok, take a deep breath. Hopefully by now you’ve had a chance to shut down and think about something else for a while. You know, for your own mental health.

After a loss like the one last night on the heels of several other frustrating losses, it sometimes helps to get it all out. So I’m opening up the floor and giving you the mic.

You might have questions, in which case I’ll do my best to answer them.

You might just have statements, in which case I might react to them or just shrug and nod my head.

Either way I want to give you an opportunity to express your thoughts on the current situation and give you a platform to be heard.

Leave your questions, comments, and thoughts in the comment section below and I’ll follow up with a post later in the week.

Again, not promising that I have the answers. If Jaylen and the team can’t figure this out, I’m not sure that I can either. (via MassLive)

“We gotta come and have some pride and play with some urgency,” Brown said. “I didn’t think tonight was the night we played with urgency, especially after a tough game against Charlotte two days ago where we got our ass kicked. Everybody should’ve came ready to play with more urgency. And we didn’t, for whatever reason.”