Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat said he became upset when he saw the NBA and the security at American Airlines Arena preparing for the Larry O’Brien Trophy presentation when the Heat were down 5 with 22 seconds left. He should be more upset with the Heat fans that hurried to the exit to beat the traffic. A couple of thousand fans attempted to beat the rush, giving up on their team when the game was still undecided, and this should just help perpetuated the notion that Miami fans are terrible bandwagon fans. The photo below from Bomani Jones Instagram shows fans leaving just as LeBron James and Ray Allen saved the Heat’s hide with their late game heroics to force OT, where the Heat would win and force a Game 7. Of course this only shows a group of fans, but those at the arena, including members of the Miami media, confirmed just how bad it looked with Heat fans heading for the hills. If there was EVER a reason for Vine, it’s to post vid of drunken, quitting Heat fans trying to get back into arena. Don’t fail me, Twitter. — David Brauer (@dbrauer) June 19, 2013 Honestly [...]
3 Comments:
  • A very small percentage of Heat fans, which also make the majority of real Heat Fans disgusted. And its usually the lower bowl expensive seats that arrive late and leave early.And you got to admit, it was an improbable finish.I thin its disgusting that the NBA officials starting wheeling the trophy out before the game was over-that should be the bigger story in my opinion.
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