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MIAMI - Chris Bosh never has wanted to be a coach. When he sees Erik Spoelstra, it doesn't change his mind.
It's Spoelstra's job to figure how to divvy up minutes on the deep Miami Heat. Obviously, it's better than having stiffs, but orchestrating an overflow of talent hardly is easy.
"I don't want to be in his shoes," Bosh, Miami's starting center, said of his coach. "He has to manage all of that. That's a tough spot to be in, but that's why he gets paid, to do that job."
When Spoelstra looks down his bench, he sees Ray Allen, a 10-time All-Star, and Rashard Lewis, a two-time All-Star. There's Mike Miller and James Jones, two of the best three-point shooters in the NBA. There's power forward Udonis Haslem, who would start for most teams, and promising young point guard Norris Cole.
Obviously, everybody can't play at once and shots are limited for a lot of players. Even among the starters, Mario Chalmers and Shane B...
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The day after the Celtics vs Heat game, I wrote that Rondo needed to grow up, and end the petulant behavior that has almost become his trademark. Then I read that Wade called it a 'punk play.' That's fine, and I would have agreed with him. But these two have a history, and Wade may have only gotten what he has been giving.Turns out, Rondo has been on the receiving end...
After "The Decision," Chris Bosh signing with the Heat and the circus of an introduction of the Heat's new "Big 3," LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade were put under the microscope and faced tons of criticism. After a rocky first year together, heading into their second season as a group, the pressure was on - win a title or suffer a huge backlash and...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Dwyane Wade thinks the NBA should have postponed Miami's game at New York on Friday night, while LeBron James is "50-50" over whether the game should be played.
With New York hit hard by Superstorm Sandy, the Knicks' game scheduled for Thursday in Brooklyn was postponed, and Heat players thought theirs would follow. Instead, they flew from Miami...
Dwyane Wade has since taken down the tweet and left a couple, "What I meant to say was..." tweets in it's place as he quickly backtracks. Yeah Dwyane, Rondo is the "punk" right? Maybe Mayor Bloomberg should should personally apologize to Wade. I mean who cares about the all the victims of the hurricane right? Dwyane Wade is stuck on traffic!
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Doc on Wade's "punk play" comment: "Don't forget about Rondo's elbow injury (in 2011 playoffs)…that was created by Dwyane Wade."— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 1, 2012
Yeah, cause Dwyane Wade has never done a punk move in his life.
Seriously, I'm sick of Wade already. I never hated him before the Heat got LeBron and Bosh but since then...
Editor’s Note: Guest writer Eddy DelSignore has gone been gone for a little while, but he simply couldn’t stay away after hearing Dwyane Wade’s hypocritical comments after Tuesday’s Celtics-Heat game.
Dwyane Wade is the dirtiest player in the NBA. There, I said it. It had to be said. So, when Dwyane Wade, the dirtiest player in the NBA, called the foul that Rajon Rondo...
Dwyane Wade recently called out Rajon Rondo and said that he made a “punk play” on him during the season opener between the Heat and Celtics. Well, today at practice Rajon Rondo took his turn to fire back at Wade. Rondo called
“I mean, I don’t think it was a hard foul,” said Rondo. “[Wade] sold it a little bit. That’s basketball. They were up, he drove to the hole...
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Some people are so touchy. Dislocate their
elbow one time or make a series-altering uncalled hack -- or maybe even both --
and they just will not let it go.
Rajon Rondo is not about to forgive Dwyane Wade for some of
the physical plays the Heat guard has leveled on him over the past two years.
That was clear from his comments after practice Thursday, when the...
LeBron James and the champs. Opening night at Madison Square Garden.
Under normal circumstances, as electric a scene as there is in the NBA.
Things are still far from normal in New York.
Already postponed once by Superstorm Sandy, the New York Knicks will begin their season Friday night against the Miami Heat, not sure what to expect when they take the floor but hoping it helps...
Lots of hate for the Celtics as can be expected along with some
gloating over Ray's performance. They also do a lot of whining about
the refs for a team that gets more than their share of the calls. They
think Wade gets no respect from the refs? How about the fact that he
was allowed to push off on every drive to the basket and get away with
it, which resulted in a...
Paul George talked with me about how the team has grown over the past two seasons, how a tough loss to the Miami Heat helped the team grow, expectations for this season and how his game is going to improve.