The Heat is just another team and LeBron is just another player to Reggie Evans, who indicated Miami’s title run last season is diminished because the schedule was shortened.
“It doesn’t prove nothing,” Evans told the Daily News when asked what it would mean to beat the defending champs. “That was a lockout season.”
Tonight is the final game of the season series between the Nets and Heat, following two Miami victories by 30 and 13 points, respectively. James is averaging 20.5 points, 10.5 rebounds and seven assists against the Nets this season.
“It’s not revenge. It’s not personal,” Evans said. “They beat us fair and square. It’s not like, “Oh, we have to beat them.’ We just want to win. If we win, it’ll be more like, ‘We needed this win, let’s get ready for the next one and stuff. It wasn’t anything personal. It wasn’t like we were about to fight.’”
via NY Daily News