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Sad Warriors Fan From Game 5 Has Been Identified

A view of a Golden State Warrior's game.

OAKLAND, CA - MAY 11: A general view during the Golden State Warriors game against the Portland Trail Blazers during Game Five of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2016 NBA Playoffs on May 11, 2016 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

These days, if you're shown on television during a big game and people have even the slightest amount of interest in learning more about you, it's only a matter of time before the sleuths on social media figure out your life story. Sad Warriors fan - it's your turn.

During the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals last night, once the Cavaliers had the game in hand, ABC showed a blonde Warriors fan who looked upset by the fact that her team had lost. Her name, we now know, is Claire Bogle. She's going to have a whirlwind of a day.

Bogle, who is one of the founders of a company called ScoreMore, which helps aspiring rappers sell out shows, was sitting next to famous rapper G-Eazy - likely not by coincidence, given her line of work. Rolling Stone actually did a feature on her last year.

">June 14, 2016

">@ClairellaDTrill

— Lauren Bogle (@Lauren_Bogle)

When the Internet learns your cousin is famous even though she has been killing the game for years ... #loveyou@ClairellaDTrill

— Lauren Bogle (@Lauren_Bogle) June 14, 2016

">June 14, 2016

">@ClairellaDTrill got the internet going nuts. Haha.

— Still Brazy (@RascalFKennedy) June 14, 2016

">@ClairellaDTrill. pic.twitter.com/MzWO5hMPWp

— D. Car (@DC_TheDrivah)

@ClairellaDTrill ?. pic.twitter.com/MzWO5hMPWp

— D. Car (@DC_TheDrivah) June 14, 2016

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Bogle has yet to publicly acknowledge the situation, but she has favorited a few tweets from her friends about it. We'll see if she's back for Game 7 - if there is one.