Found June 13, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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Any time the Heat take the floor you know that the hate is going to be in full force. During last night’s Game One, and in the hours that followed, some serious haters took to Twitter to let their often ignorant voices be heard. The f-bombs were everywhere, with people firing on all cylinders at LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Pat Riley and anyone else associated with the Heat. JUMP!

The slugs on Twitter never cease to amaze us with their disgusting opinions and a lack of any semblance of intelligence, and boy did they come through after the Heat loss last night.

LeBron only went 11-of-24 and dropped 30. Time for f-bombs! Stay delusional, America.

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