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Monday, March 25th, 2013 at 9:20 am  |  49 responses

Dwyane Wade Conducts Postgame Interview With LeBron James (VIDEO)

DWade plays reporter.

Following the Miami Heat’s 26th consecutive victory, Dwyane Wade—resting due to a sore right knee—asked LeBron James about the game, while Chris Bosh attempted to distract them with Boshian antics.

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  • http://twitter.com/mtahirnaeem Muhammad Tahir Naeem

    Bosh – the attention whore.

  • Max

    Like a B0$H.

  • Max

    Why do americans always say aks instead of ask?

  • spit hot fiyah

    way to generalize

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=509819249 Gaurav P.

    These guys have chemistry off the court, and its clearly translating on the court.

  • Lloyd

    Just when I thought Bosh couldn’t get more annoying…

  • phislammajamma

    It’s not generalising when it’s true

  • http://twitter.com/FootballRob2010 Football Rob

    nice shove to the reporter, wade is a class A scumbag

  • pposse

    you hear that fellas..d wade is a superstar..nowdays everybody wanna talk like they got somethin to say …when mothafu***as act like they forgot about Wade

  • fruizm

    Only African Americans. Not trying to be racist but its true. Im not American but I went to a university in the US and I think every single black guy I met said “aks” or “axed” instead of ASK!!

  • Reserved

    It’s not true.

  • fruizm

    Then I guess it was just a big coincidence!

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    Like a Bosh is hilarious

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    Seemed like a joke. That dude is actually pretty chummy with them in person. Travels on the team plane and all that.

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    How many black guys did you meet? Where did you go to school? Did you speak to people of other races but similar backgrounds?
    While it’s true that you only encountered it in black people, I’ve met tons of white folks who do the same thing. Your use of the qualifier “only” was idiotic. And anytime you have to say “not trying to be racist” you probably shouldn’t be saying what you’re saying. Food for thought.

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    Yes it is. You really want to stand by his use of the word “only”? That’s where you want to draw your line in the sand genius?

  • noooooo

    “How many black guys did you meet?”

    it didn’t matter. she didn’t see their faces. she was tied up.

  • The Philosopher

    “Get a plate…”
    (Shawn Carter)

  • fruizm

    I went to school at UNO…University of New Orleans…almost 50% African Americans, so I met A LOT of black people. On the other hand, Ive never met a white person who would say that. I actually had a Canadian white friend in college and he had the same observation as I did. Also, when I say “not trying to be racist”, Im actually NOT trying to be racist because I love black people and I love white people.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=509819249 Gaurav P.

    Its a joke

  • The Philosopher

    Not going to delve to deeply…
    But, one has to wonder, are you sure that African Americans are the majority of people you’ve heard at university say, “aks”? Or, are African Americans at university the majority of people you have heard say “aks” in the conscious? As in, specifically looking to hear this from them, as opposed to specifically looking to hear this from others, as well.
    Racist tendencies.
    Many people say “aks”.
    But consciously , you only hear it from African Americans. Why? Why even ponder?
    I ask you, sir, what is your point? That, in your estimation, only African Americans, according to your experience, use the English language incorrectly?
    If so, then, in my opinion, it would behoove you to expand your horizon(s). And to further educate yourself. And… to not believe the hype that may cause you to generalize. Do real research.

  • playa

    I found that interview quite decent, it’s not the most important thing in the world to be friends with your teammates but it must feel good to have your own SUPERSTAR homie,espacially if you’re a superstar too.

  • fruizm

    What?!!! Who said anything about African Americans using the English language incorrectly?!! I just noticed more African Americans saying “axed” while on the other hand, I didnt catch any white person saying it…but maybe youre right, maybe I did pay more attention to the way African American say the word “ask”. Anyway, please dont tell me to educate myself…you dont want to open that door….how many countries have you been to? Have you attended a school in a different country? Do you have an IB degree? Do you even know what that is? Do REAL research!

    ps…dont reply my comment, I dont have time for this!

  • The Philosopher

    Actually, sir, you’ve stated that African Americans say “aks”. That is not you saying that African Americans are using the English language incorrectly? Then, my apologies if I have misinterpreted your form.
    By the way, I travel extensively. Quite frequently.
    But I’ll leave that where it belongs, thank you.
    As is such, you are claiming that you have been around the world, and what have you.
    But African Americans are the majority when saying “aks”…
    Interesting.

  • initbruv

    Wow. Glad you guys got to the bottom of that.

  • The Philosopher

    You know how it is. Just simple conversation. lol.

  • http://basketball-performance.com/ Basketball Tips

    not sure if sarcasm…

  • fruizm

    Its all good!

  • The Philosopher

    No doubt, my brother.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Junior-Taylor/100003121138419 Junior Taylor

    So when does meeting a handful of african american equate the entire african american population?

  • fruizm

    Never! Wow I think Im gonna delete my comment, too many misunderstandings!

  • http://slamonline.com/ Ben Osborne

    I love how much fun they are having

  • robb

    lol I’ve made that mistake too. Never generalise. Even if 90 % of the people you know say aks

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    So, you went to school in New Orleans (The hometown of myself and Junior Taylor). Using the speech patterns of people in New Orleans to make generalizations about the rest of the African Americans is not a smooth move.
    And you missed the point. If you have to say “I’m not trying to be racist” it’s sort of like saying “I’m not trying to be Anti-Semetic” or “I’m not trying to homophobic” or “I’m not trying to be offensive.” If you’re saying any of those things what you’re really saying is “I’m going about say something (racist, homophobic or anti-Semetic) but I don’t want to be held responsible for my words because I’m really a good person once you get to know me.”
    And to that I say, just be don’t say it.

  • hulksmash

    So your limited experience with a small sample size in ONE school in ONE city is your evidence that only black Americans mispronounce the word ask. You’re really going to stick to a sweeping indictment of an entire group of people, even though others have had different experiences? I’ve heard plenty of whites say aks. Explain to us how only your experience is valid. You just limited a simple mispronouncing to a single ethic group, and have the nerve to defend it. Kudos. You just blew your credibility out the window. I know your type well. “I’m not racist but….” lol. I see you.

  • z

    Your point is what? If you have a personal experience, that personal experience is enough to generalize about entire groups, negating all of the contrary experiences others may have had? You’ve got a lot to learn about life.

  • fruizm

    I said “Im not trying to be racist” because I knew that most of the readers would take at as a racist comment, when I honestly didn’t mean it that way. This went out of hand haha.

    Anyway, what part of N.O. are you from?

  • fruizm

    Please let it go haha!

  • fruizm

    “my type” HAHAHAHA.

  • fruizm

    Now let me ask you and all the other people who misunderstood my comment…”what do you know about Mexicans?”

  • fruizm

    Now let me ask you and all the other people who misunderstood my comment…what do you know about Mexicans?

  • hulksmash

    Not enough to make sweeping indictments about their entire ethnicity. No one misunderstood what you wrote except you. We speak English just fine here. We know what ‘only’ means.

  • Lorne

    It was wack the first time you posted it. Why post it twice?

  • fruizm

    Because I wanted it to!

  • Lorne

    You wanted it to what? It doesn’t appear that you have a firm enough grasp on the English language to make comment on how an entire group speaks.

  • initbruv

    I know about Mexicans. In fact I know every Mexican in America. What’d you wanna know?

  • http://www.facebook.com/starkpwnsyou Joshua Maria Peter Bautista

    They’re just toying with the league.. and now the reporters too?

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    The East

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    I honestly find him hilarious.

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