VIDEO: The 'Good Job, Good Effort' Kid Becomes An Instant Meme

It was a good effort from the Miami Heat, you guys. They may not have won Game 5 against the Boston Celtics, but gosh darnit, they gave it their all and tried their best. One day, they'll look back on this game and know that they did the very best that they could. They probably deserve participation trophies, you guys.

That's the message this kid seems to be sending, at least.

You have to appreciate the wisdom of this young Heat fan. When everyone else is thinking about important things like winning or losing, this fan is more concerned with how his team played the game. The Heat may have come up short, but they gave 110 percent.

Good job and good effort, indeed.

For more on the Heat, head over to Peninsula Is Mightier and SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more on the Celtics, check out CelticsBlog and SB Nation Boston.

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