Listen, I understand someone getting upset about the egregious non-call on LeBron James late in overtime, even if he didn't get called for his walk just prior. However, after your team wins the game, that both teams tried so valiantly to lose, your right to go on air bitching about some call in a game that contains 1,000 different judgment calls is revoked. It's okay to be a shitty loser. In fact, if you aren't a shitty loser then I don't know if you can call yourself a real sports fan. Being a shitty winner, on the other hand, is a different concept all together. This guy couldn't have gone on air happy that a team decimated by injuries is somehow tied with the Golden State Warriors? Couldn't celebrate his team reviving hope in a city that had seemingly been without it after news of Kyrie's season ending injury? Are we to believe that LeBron James has never been the beneficiary of a questionable call? How much of a curmudgeon do you have to be to find the negative in something as positive as an NBA Finals win?
Come on man. Relax. You won. Try to be happy for two seconds. Focus on pointing at a bunch of those weather patterns that probably won't even come close to manifesting themselves. Use some really bad pun about precipitation falling harder than Steph Curry's shooting percentage. Tell the citizens of Cleveland whether or not they should bring an umbrella with them to work tomorrow.
Give them some inevitably flawed information so that they can post about how easy your job is via Facebook a mere 12 hours later. Whatever you do stop crying about a call that ended up having no impact on a game you won. It's disingenuous, and quite frankly, it's petty. No one likes a shitty winner, and you are as bad as they come.