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Photos by Michael Hollett
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Take care. A bit of anxiety is normal, but try to keep your calm. There's an entire game ahead of you, and first and foremost, you have to believe in your team.
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But sometimes the ref will make a terrible call. Other times you may feel offended by this Canadian team's relentless heart. Don't be afraid to show your emotions! We'll get through this.
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Get out of your seat when it feels right. You may want to try standing up once in a while as an experiment. You may even inspire other Nets fans to get up too.
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At half time, stretch those legs. Show off your new varsity jacket collab by whoever designs your cool, free fan shirts that we assume you also receive at games. Jay-Z's friends design stuff for you guys, right?
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But when we're in that nail-biting 4th quarter, how you look doesn't matter. Even if your emotions run so high you can barely look at the players in front of you, express yourself. Because this is a really, really important game.
There's a rumour that Toronto Raptors global ambassador and all-around famous person Drake might be at tonight's playoff Game 6 in Brooklyn against the Nets.
After @BrooklynNets tweeted out some disappointment in its fans energy levels, we thought it was only fair to share some tips on how to show your team some love, as told through surreptitiously taken photos of the rapper at Game 5.
Good luck to you.