Biggest Bad Beats of the Week (Celtics Fan Gets 2022 World Champions Tattoo Before Losing NBA Finals to Warriors)

That’s correct. A poor Boston fan was so confident his Celtics would take home the 2022 Larry O’Brien Trophy this season that he made it permanent and got a Celtics championship banner tattooed on his left bicep.

only problem? The Celtics lost the last three games of their NBA Finals series to the Golden State Warriors as Steph Curry won his first-ever NBA Finals MVP.

Perhaps that lonely Boston fan read our story at BetSided and highlighted FiveThirtyEight’s prediction that after their Game 3 win, the Celtics had an 87% chance of winning the NBA Finals and a 2-1 lead in the to take over the series.

In any case, we assume no responsibility.

Here’s the other worst bad beat of the week.

Worst Bad Beats of the Week (Monday 13 June – Sunday 19 June)

Will Zalatoris – US Open 2022

Maybe this doesn’t fall into the traditional “bad beat” category either, but man, if anyone out there is holding another Will Zalatoris (+2500) overall winner of a major tournament, I sympathize with you.

Zulatoris took a clear lead over eventual winner Matthew Fitzpatrick on Sunday’s #11 hole by sinking a clutch putt to take a one-shot lead at 6-under par. Eventually, Fitzpatrick took a one-shot lead down the stretch, and after going into the bunker on the 18th, Zlatoris had his moment to force a jump-off with a birdie putt. It landed directly to the left of the hole in an absolutely heartbreaking manner.

Zulatoris now has three runners-up finishes at major tournaments: The 2021 Masters, the 2022 PGA Championship, and now the 2022 US Open. He also finished T6 in this year’s Masters.

If you’re curious about Zulatoris’ odds for the final Major of the season at The Open in St Andrews, he’s back at WynnBET Sportsbook with odds of +2500.

Worst Bad Beat of the Week (Honourable Mention)

Ace Wing UNDER 175

I’ll keep it short and sweet as it really stung for you.

The Aces scored 57 of their 92 points in the second half to defeat Dallas in a midday CT tip on the road. Dallas, down six minutes with 22 seconds left, elected a foul and the Aces took two unnecessary free throws to end the 175 sub-bet. At least discouraging.

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