Found May 18, 2012 on
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I thought that you guys would enjoy seeing the Heat fan base implode along with their team last night. So many boasts at the beginning. Wade going to beast. They are going to blow out the Pacers. Then by the end they are ready to blow up the team and throw them all into the incinerator. I guess that's what you get when the majority of your fan base jumped on the bandwagon after "The Decision." I love how they were all excited that Pitt was starting and then after 3 minutes were screaming to take him out. You just can't make this stuff up. Enjoy....
Heat win by 10+. Lebron, wade and co. Play with a bigger sense of urgency and win.
Get Hibbert fouled out and we are fine... That mother****ER...
So Pitt playing/starting. Let's see what he can bring. Spo made an adjustment really.
WE GONNA WIN THE NEXT 2 GAMES!!!!!! BOOK IT!!!!!!!!
We're going to blow out the Pacers. We're the better team and they know it. They just got lucky in gam...
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MIAMI—Chris Bosh won’t be taking the floor for the remainder of his team’s series against the Pacers, but he's wholly convinced he is still an integral and valued member of the Heat and has assured the nursing staff at his rehab clinic that his teammates would definitely be by to see him before visiting hours conclude today.
“They’ll be here any moment,” Bosh...
Chris Bosh did not travel with the Heat to Indiana, remaining in South Florida for treatment of his lower-abdominal strain.
On the day LeBron James was named NBA Most Valuable Player, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra joked how he privately calls his star "One Through Five," since he is capable of playing all five positions. With Chris Bosh now sidelined in this Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Indiana Pacers, it's almost as if it has become all LeBron all the time. And...
Prior to the Indiana-Miami series many believed Indiana may win one game, perhaps two in the series against the talented Heat. However, fast forward through a Chris Bosh injury that has him out of the series, and an Indiana win on Miami’s court and many are believing in Indiana. Including Indiana, themselves. As the 4th [...]
For a team trailing 2-1 in a playoff series, Game 4 is always a must-win scenario.
Today’s Game 4 against Indiana is still a must-win for the Heat, but for far more than the simple reason of having a shot to win the series.
Dwyane Wade walks off the court as the Pacers celebrate their 78-75 Game 2 victory. (Andrew Innerarity / Reuters)
The most basic reason the Heat need a victory...
Erik Spoelstra mixed up his starting lineup in Game 3 with Chris Bosh unavailable.
Well I think it's impossible to not know that the Miami Heat lost in ugly fashion last night to the Indiana Pacers. After being tied at the half, Indiana outscored Miami by 14 in the third quarter to cruise to a 94-75 victory. The Pacers now hold a 2-1 series lead with a huge Game 5 lurking in Indiana on Sunday. Dwayne Wade played one of the worst games of his professional...
Indiana's mindset has not changed for several days. The Pacers were confident entering the series, confident after losing Game 1 to the Miami Heat and confident after winning Game 2.
The Heat say they wouldn't have it any other way.
And though they have lost home-court advantage in the Eastern Conference semifinal series that is now tied at a game apiece, the Heat weren...
The Miami Heat cancelled their practice Friday, a day after it lost in a blowout to the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinal series. The Heat, who fell to 2-1 in the series after losing 94-75 in Indianapolis on Thursday, also cancelled media availability of players. The Indiana Pacers also cancelled their Friday practice. The series resumes Sunday with Game 4 in...