MIAMI -- After a championship is won comes the celebration.
Then the revelations.
Some of the things the Miami Heat didn't talk about during the postseason were discussed Monday, when the team held a parade and a victory rally four days after topping Oklahoma City to win the NBA title.
After shrugging off questions during the playoffs, Heat guard Dwyane Wade talked about his ailing left knee. If he's hurting badly enough, he'll skip the Olympics later this summer in London.
Miami forward LeBron James said losing big man Chris Bosh during the playoffs for nine games due to an abdominal strain turned out to the "best thing" that could have happened since it enabled the Heat to find out something about their lineup. Of course, that's easy to say after the Heat had claimed the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
A series before they hoisted the trophy, Heat president Pat Riley had forgotten his tie before Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals at Boston, and Miami coach Erik Spoelstra provided ...