Found December 05, 2011 on Sun Sentinel:
PLAYERS: Jon BarryBrent BarryPat Riley
TEAMS: Miami Heat
Can’t seem to remember the moment when the Heat did wrong by Jon Barry. Of course, don’t remember much about Barry’s NBA career in the first place, beyond his brother having a brief stint with the Heat. Then again, Brent Barry never got much of a shot under Pat Riley, so perhaps that’s it. Whatever. Jon Barry’s back on ESPN and back questioning the Heat’s late-game play, putting Chicago ahead of the Heat if the Bulls acquire an upgrade at shooting guard. The rest of the ESPN crew? They see the Heat emerging as 2012 NBA champions. Their roundtable:
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