Sunday, March 6, 2011
The Miami Heat are the anti-Charlie Sheen ~ They're not winning
Someone needs to tell the Miami Heat that there are 4 quarters in a game. Actually, don't. I like watching them lose. I'm down with Pat Riley, Erik Spoelstra, Zydrunas Ilgauskas, and Dwyane Wade. I'd toss LeBron James and Chris Bosh in two seconds.
Regardless, I can already hear the "We need to take a long hard look in the mirror," talk and I've already silenced their voices and excuses in my head. Seems like just yesterday that those fools were counting all the championships that they were going to win on their fingers. Fools.
Here's the clip of LeBron counting all the championships the Heat are going to win, now that the unholy union has been formed in South Beach.
The Bulls and the Heat met most recently on February 24, and the Bulls won that game also. I'll share my favorite clip from that game with you. It's Carlos Boozer and Chris Bosh. Bosh falls and tries to sell a hard foul to the refs. It's pathetic.
The Miami Heat are the anti-Charlie Sheen. They're not winning.
Icing on the cake? According to Brian Windhorst (Twitter: WindhorstESPN), "Spoelstra said some Heat players are crying in the locker room at the moment."
Seriously though. There's no crying in professional basketball. These guys need to man up. At least they didn't blame the refs for the loss like Gabrielle Union (i.e. Wade's girlfriend, Twitter: itsgabrielleu), "Congrats REF u just won the game...how does that feel???!! Great game...too bad the ref bet on the bulls."