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“Danny Ainge needs to shut the f— up and manage his own team,” Riley said in a statement issued by the team. “He was the biggest whiner going when he was playing and I know that because I coached against him.”
“I stand by what I said. That’s all. I don’t care about Pat Riley. He can say whatever he wants,” Ainge said in the runway shortly before the game.
Did he object to Riley calling him a whiner?
“What Pat said, that I whined and that I should manage my own team, is true,” Ainge said. “And what I said, that LeBron should be embarrassed about complaining about the officiating, is true.”
Ainge said he would keep it at the verbal level. Wearing frayed blue jeans and sneakers, he said, “I don’t want to mess up his Armani suits and all that hair goop. It would be way too expensive for me.”
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Danny Ainge recently said that LeBron needs to stop doing so much complaining, and that apparently did not sit well with Pat Riley, to say the least.
You expect bloggers, fans and sports radio hosts to react to LeBron James’ whining about officiating. But an NBA general manager?
Yesterday on WEEI, Danny Ainge joined the fray:
“I think the referees got the calls right. I don’t think it was a hard foul,” Ainge said of the mixups involving James and Heinrich, as well as another one involving James and Taj Gibson. “I think...
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge: "I think that it’s almost embarrassing that LeBron would complain about officiating."
In a recent interview on WEEI radio, Celtics GM, Danny Ainge, called LeBron James “almost embarrassing” for complaining about foul calls after Chicago snapped Miami’s 27-game winning streak. LeBron James responded at Friday’s shootaround in New Orleans, saying “Nothing that comes out of Boston surprises me,” but Miami wasn’t done firing back. Heat president Pat Riley...
Although he is dealing with inflammation in his left foot that is still causing pain, Kevin Garnett should be returning soon. At least if president of basketball operations Danny Ainge has a say, KG will be back. Ainge said in a recent radio interview that Garnett's two weeks off should be more than sufficient time for his injury to heal.According to Greg Payne of ESPN...
After the Chicago Bulls ended the Miami Heat’s 27-game winning streak Wednesday night, LeBron James blasted the Bulls’ physical play, mostly in regards to hard fouls delivered by Kirk Hinrich and Taj Gibson:
First of all, Kirk Hinrich in the first quarter basically grabbed me with two hands and brought me to the ground. The last one, Taj Gibson was able to collar me around my...
Riley comes to LeBron's defense
I have always said that the Miami Heat are better when they embrace their inner nWo. Dwyane Wade is not afraid to be a bad guy and LeBron James has shown a little bit of his heel side coming out. So when Danny Ainge, GM of the rival Boston Celtics, decided to take a shot at LeBron for complaining about officials.
Apparently, that comment rubbed Heat President Pat Riley wrong way...
The Miami Heat's Pat Riley literally told Boston's Danny Ainge to 'Shut the f@#$ up' in a written statement to the press. Epic.
Pat Riley is not happy.
On Thursday, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge let his feelings be known about LeBron James and his complaints about officiating. After James complained that the Chicago Bulls got away with flagrant fouls that weren’t called during their 101-97 victory over Miami, Ainge called James’ protests “embarrassing.”
“I think the referees...
In an appearance on WEEI yesterday afternoon, Danny Ainge was asked what he thought about the hard fouls the Bulls committed on LeBron James Wednesday night:
“I think the referees got the calls right. I don’t think it was a hard foul, I think the one involving LeBron against Boozer, that was flagrant. I think the officials got it right. I think that it’s almost embarrassing...
BOSTON – Heat President Pat Riley had a sharp response for Celtics Director of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge Friday evening after Ainge mocked LeBron James' complaints about officiating. Riley told media in Miami, "[Ainge] needs to shut the **** up and manage his own team. He was the biggest whiner going when he was playing. I know that because I coached against him...
Pat Riley issued possibly the statement of the year when he told Danny Ainge to shut the f— up and mind his own business.
Ainge upset Riley by saying Thursday on WEEI’s “Salk & Holley” show that it was embarrassing for LeBron James to complain about calls like he did after the Miami Heat lost to the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday.
“I think the referees got the calls right...
Danny Ainge joined WEEI on Thursday. In their weekly discussion, Ainge was asked about Kevin Garnett's health. "It's much better today than it was yesterday and I think he just could use some rest. On top of that, KG has just little nicks, bumps and bruises that could use some healing time. He's got a sore calf muscle as well. It's just good for him to take some...
LeBron James has heard Danny Ainge chirping about his chirping, and he’s chirping right back.
Ainge criticized James on Thursday for James’ complaints Wednesday night about the officiating in the Heat’s loss to the Bulls, which ended Miami’s 27-game win streak. Ainge called it “embarrassing” that James would complain about the calls.
James used the criticism to continue...