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It's the picture that paints a thousand words.
One Philadelphia fan's hilarious reaction to watching his team play perhaps sums up the side's frustrating NBA season altogether.
With the 76ers getting dominated by the Boston Celtics in Game 2 of their playoffs clash, cameras managed to find the one supporter who literally couldn't watch any more.
Cameras panned out to find one Philly tragic blindfolded as his team slumped to a demoralising 128-101 defeat at the hands of Eastern Conference hot shots the Celtics.
To give some context, the NBA's drastic relocation to the safeguarded zone of Walt Disney World in Orlando means fans have been forced to watch from the comfort of their own homes.
But to accomodate to the basketball die-hards - and to avoid the arenas looking more empty than they already are - NBA officials introduced massive virtual screens which show fans watching from around the world.
The cool technology has been a great success, with virtual fans seen cheering (and often booing) while the action is playing out.
76ers fan put on a blindfold while getting blown out by Celtics ♂️
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- Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 20, 2020
But perhaps the best supporter reaction so far was captured when this miserable Philly fan was seen slumped in his chair with a blindfold over his face.
And to be honest, you can't exactly blame him.
Inconsistent performances throughout the season have plagued the likes of Joel Embiid and Aussie Ben Simmons, resulting in the die-hard Sixers fanatics to pull their hair our - or at least what's left of it.
Or even worse, it has forced them to turn their backs on the games altogether - which for the sport-crazy natives of Philadelphia is a massive statement.
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