Found May 29, 2013 on
The Miami Herald ran a blind item on a Miami Heat player that is having an affair. Seems like odd timing to put stress on one of the players, considering they are fighting tooth and nail with the Indiana Pacers right now for a trip to the NBA Finals.
Larry Brown Sports picked up the quote from the Herald and here is what it said.
We hear that a very taken Miami Heat player is having an affair with someone who lives in the King Cole condo in North Beach. Says our spy, “He’s there around midnight after every home game.” Our spy isn’t exaggerating. According to security, this player has repeatedly shown up at midnight and after asking for a particular woman’s apartment. The thing is, that woman is not his significant other. Girlfriend shouldn’t be too shocked considering that not too long ago she was the one with whom her beloved baller was sneaking around.
The thing is this could be 95% of the players in the NBA, so it isn’t anything groundbreaking about this. It would have helped the Heat if the Herald found out about a Pacers player.
As far as who it is, I have a pretty good idea, but no reason to out them, since they aren’t breaking the law or anything. Just getting their booty call on, maybe his lady needs to learn to Think like a Man.
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