Portland Trail Blazers fans play worst Tic-Tac-Toe game ever
The worst game of Tic-Tac-Toe in the history of mankind was played last night in Portland. It’s so difficult to watch 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/g234DPBLWg— Tim and Sid (@timandsid) February 9, 2018
I remember my first game of Tic-Tac-Toe.
During a break in the Portland Trail Blazers’ game against the Charlotte Hornets, two fans played in a more intricate version of the game. The players needed to make a layup, run and grab an X or an O and then get three of their markers in a row.
The game immediately reeked of disaster after it seemed as though neither Morgan nor Grace could make a layup.
Once the girls started making their shots, the game was as good as done because Grace left a wide open spot in the middle for Morgan to put her final piece. The commentator and fans were quick to respond.
Grace had the chance to redeem herself but instead of covering up the line she placed her X over an already taken spot.
As she was told she could not do that, she then put it right next to one of her other pieces, still leaving the row of three available. Finally, Morgan made her layup and had the chance to simply end the game.
Instead of winning the game and getting three in a row though, Morgan decided to block Grace’s row on the top.
Grace no longer had the available spots to complete three in a row and win the game, but she could at least end the game in a tie. As the commentator kept saying on Grace’s next chance to “find an open spot” to place her piece, Grace ran around the board and eventually put it on the top row but over Morgan’s piece.
At long last, Morgan had the chance at Tic-Tac-Toe redemption. With the middle row spot still available through all those attempts, Morgan put it there, finally ending the misery.
The Trail Blazers may need to find another game to play during timeouts.
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