Bosh tells 790 The Ticket in Miami that it’s OK to cry after tough losses, and that the Heat should’ve shut the lights off on Kobe Bryant during his highly-publicized extra shooting session. From SRI: “On the reaction around the league to Heat players crying in the locker room: ‘Any player who says they haven’t cried over basketball, they’re lying … It’s emotions. That don’t make you weak. It doesn’t make you weak as a man or as a player. That just shows how bad you want to win. It really doesn’t matter at the end of the day.’ On Kobe Bryant shooting for an extra 90 minutes on the Miami floor: ‘I have no problem with guys wanting to get better, but if you think that any of us were going to be able to shoot on the Staples Center court for 90 minutes, you would be totally mistaken. I don’t think they should have allowed him to do that … We should’ve shut the lights off.’”