Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 at 10:00 am  |  116 responses

Eddie House: Heat Bored During Meltdown Against Jazz

by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni

The most surreal game of this young NBA season took place in Miami last night, with the Jazz emerging as the improbable victors following a wild overtime.

While you may have been going crazy watching it on your couch (or inside the arena), according to Eddie House, the Miami Heat were trying to keep themselves from yawning as they blew a 22-point lead.

From ESPN:

Some losses make sense. Others, particularly after examining the box score from the crime scene on Tuesday, make for migraines. Depending on the players’ perspectives, this was either a Utah robbery or an overwhelming display of Heat charity. And that’s what made the postgame diagnosis from the Heat almost as inexplicable as the manner in which they snatched defeat from those proverbial jaws of victory.

“For whatever reason, I don’t think we had that sense of urgency,” said Heat guard Eddie House, who missed a 3-pointer with 0.4 seconds that would have won the game in overtime. “I think we got up 20 (points) and might have just gotten bored with that process of how we got up 20.”

Huh? So among the reasons the Heat lost was because they simply got bored of winning. James, who notched the first triple-double by a Heat player since Shaquille O’Neal did it four years ago, pinpointed Miami’s demise as a stretch during the close of the third quarter, when Millsap and Williams combined for 26 of Utah’s 30 points and made 11 of 15 shots in the period.

The Miami Heat — who currently sit behind the Cleveland Cavaliers, of all teams, in the standings — have Boston coming to town this Thursday night.

With the bright lights from national television shining down on the most scrutinized team in the NBA, one can only hope that will be enough to keep their interest for 48 minutes.

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  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Eddie shouldn’t be bored with making wide open threes. Oh, that’s right, he hasn’t been. Dummy.

  • Chris

    The Heat are a disgrace. They make millions of dollars and they get bored? I swear athletes today, just don’t get it. There not hungry and most are self promoting, cocky and arrogant! They ruin it for all the realistic, senseable athletes.

  • JTaylor21

    Boredom has nothing to do with Chris Posh Spice allowing a player with lesser talents get all in his a** mortal kombat style. 46 freaking points! COME ON SON you’re better than that or maybe not.

  • Edward

    Miami needs to drop their sense of entitlement and just play. Jazz played a great game and pulled off a legit win.

  • Chris

    The Heat are a disgrace, They make millions of dollars and they get bored? I swear athletes today, just don’t get it. There not hungry and most are self promoting, cocky and arrogant! They ruin it for all the realistic, senseable athletes

  • KB8toSG8

    CB4′s D is atrocious. I’m happy :P

  • mikee

    Chris Bosh: Exposed! Overrated!

  • http://theghostofroyhobbs.blogspot.com Mo Charlo

    This is hilarious.

  • Jumper

    I dont think thats a testament to how overrated the heat is. If anything its a testament to how GOOD they are. If it takes a player who usually averages 23-25 points to score 46!!! on top of amazing 3 point shooting from everybody to squeeze out an overtime victory then your a pretty hard team to beat.

  • Gachan

    Chris Bosh is a great player but no the right fit for the heat as of right now. They need a Rodman to James and Wades Scottie and Michael. The talents Bosh took to South Beach don’t seem to be the right ones.


    I actually changed the channel with about a minute left, James on the line and we’re up by 6. Game’s done right? I go get some tea and my heat are down by 1 in OT. What on earth is going on.

  • Star

    Should stop talking until he gets some last second threes

  • Ali

    Ever since that wack a** hip-hop arena concert introduction of Bosh, Wade and James…MIA has been in the Public Enemy #1 sniper crosshairs of every team in the association. I expect them to win 50 or more games and get bounced out the playoffs, Hahaha… Can’t wait for the all interviews, excuses, and explainations by everyone associated with MIA. The Jazz meltdown won’t been the first or the last of troubles in the 305 this year!

  • KING

    I easily blame lebron. If you are supposedly the best player on the team why did you not score in ot only wade did

  • JTaylor21

    King, of course you blame bron even though the heat only ran one play for him in OT while the rest were for wade, moron. What do you want him to do; channel his inner kobe and refuse to pass to teammates while chucking it up from outside hoping they are there to bail you out, AGAIN!!

  • Byebye

    I love Labron but he gotta go back to his old ways this Labron I’m seeing doesn’t go to the hole enough and shoots too many jumpers I hate this Labron. Bosh where is he can we get the bosh who ave 11 Rebs where the hell is that guy this other guy is a wimp

  • PapaBearATL

    Why is Eddie House even allowed to talk to the press. Be relevant, then leave press statments. Until, close your mouth or we will get Skip back to play a game of ‘Spin the Headband’.

  • Mollywood

    this is not easy to explain, but the reason why i’m no lebron fan is exactly the reason i’m not cheering for this miami team: it’s all too good to be true and there’s no room left for errors and mistakes. when you squeeze out every last inch of spontaneity, all that left is a big monster, rolling over the court and squashing all opposition. this all may sound weird, but when i look at lebron and the heat, i see too much athleticism, hype and self-assuredness that there’s very little human left about his and their play. the monster’s become just too big. it’s become even bigger news when they lose than when they win, and i think that’s why the whole lebron/heat story has a very negative ring to it.

  • http://slamonline.com Nella

    Co-sign on PapaBear: You are a role player, don’t make statements like that, it just makes you look stupid.

  • Ali

    You hit it right on the nail Mollywood! Lebron, Wade, Bosh and Heat fans don’t want to look at it like that though. It shouldn’t be just about the MIA three. It should be about the ENTIRE TEAM. And getting Mike Miller back ain’t gonna change shi*, they put the bulls eye on their back now they gotta deal with the other 29 teams playing their hearts out any given game.

  • Rikson

    Even if you are the face of a franchise… Don’t make THAT statement!

  • KB2412345

    @ BYEBYE … LABRON, big fan huh? lol.. i’m sure you are…

  • MikeC.

    Eddie House is a front-runner. He has all kinds of things to say to the press when he’s on a really good team. He talked a lot when he was on the Celtics. I don’t think he even sat at the podium after one of the many losses when he played for NY last year. Eddie’s only comment to the press should have been “I don’t have time to speak to you tonight, I have to get to the gym and practice shooting because I was brought here to hit open 3s, and I can’t seem to do that. Seeya later.”

  • scottyb

    I love how everybody’s talking about miami this and miami that. Doesn’t anyone see the real story, Paul Millsap scored 46 rebounded 9 and had one steal.

  • http://www.fiba.com Darksaber

    Eddie done gone lost his dayum maaind!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Nick tha Quick

    For the first time in recent history..I co-sign JTaylor..Millsap owned Rupaul last night. Another reason why its becoming pretty obvious that Bosh is not worthy of the term Big Three. It’s down to 2 1/2 men. It’s just one loss but still…In other news, anyone know who Labron is. Sounds like a famous dude?

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ niQ

    WOW That’s wack. I turned off the TV once they were up by 20 something points and figured it’d be boring. I look at the boxscore after the game and UTAH had won. LOL WOW.

  • http://www.nba.com Gman

    There is no Scottie Jordan combo here. its more like a Magic Jordan combo.

  • KB2412345

    i don’t know what was more embarrassing though, Heat losing in OT, or Lakers barely winning in regulation.

  • Ali

    Word up JTaylor and Nick tha Quick…Career game from Millsap! AK47 and D-Will put in some serious work too.

  • http://yahoo.com eboyhater

    Have you notice that teams with great point guards have beat the heat. hornets utah and celtics done it.

  • http://twitter.com/HarryByrdMan44 LA Huey

    I can’t believe I missed this game. But I guess I’d rather be irritated finding out this morning than devastated going to sleep last night…

  • Javy

    Why is Eddie House a topic of conversation?????
    Slam, you’re better than that!!

  • James aka…

    I recall watching Udonis Haslem expose Bosh’s poor defensive footwork and tendancy to buy head fakes last year. Bosh is an incredible offensive talent, but he’s a stone headed defender. Toronto got torched to a near record tune last year because our starting 1, 4 and 5 cannot defend. for our 1 and 5, being slow is an issue. for our 4 and 5 its a lack of understanding/ability to play defense. Now miami has our 4 and Paul Milsap turns into Karl Malone

  • http://www.slamonline.com jumpman3224

    Is it amazing to anyone else that LBJ only has 2 offensive rebounds this season? Not living in MIA, I haven’t seen the Heat play much so does anyone know what’s up with that? Is he just standing on the 3 PT line and asking “What should I do” while his teammates are missing jumpers? He is 6’8″ 250 and an athletic freak, he should be able to score by getting in the paint and smashing some putbacks whether they draw up plays for him or not.

  • Drew

    How likely do you think it is that the Heat will move Bosh by the end of the year? They should’ve gone after Dirk. He even said it himself that if LeBron or Wade had contacted him, he would’ve listened.

  • Swagg_Sean

    he should have stayed in Cleveland hahahah,I told everyone that lebrick is overated

  • flash

    clock ticking for coach spo?

  • Javy

    @ Drew: They don’t need Dirk, he’s another big that plays outside.
    They need a muscle guy that plays dirty, nasty and gives them power inside.

  • Feez22

    2 Words: Paul Millsap. Lost in the shuffle is that millsap scored 11 pts in 30 seconds of the 4th something not seen since T-Macs explosion in San antonio in 04-05. Just wanted to point that out. Besides that, bosh is truly one of the softest big men in the league. I still think ARROYO a PG is the bigger problem and I also think Joel Anthony as center clearly won’t work but hey… Both those guys ain’t making 110 million.


    @kobe2412345 yes i am a labron fan since he first came into league and yes ive watched 90% of the games he has played in and yes i am dissapointed in how he is playing i want him attacking the paint then drawing and kicking not trying to post up and
    not going to the hole plus chris bosh is blaying like a **tch

  • Bruno

    everytime they open their mouth it’s like what??? eddie house quit your day job if you’re bored in one game

  • http://www.slamonline.com jumpman3224

    Who the heck is labron? I don’t think anyone in the NBA plays by that name.

  • Bruno

    lol at KB2412345 … you’re losing money man with that kind of jokes you have to be at least in Saturday Night Live … LA won and Miami not so what are you talkin about

  • jayfromdachi

    Why is the weakest player from the heat saying this?? He needs to shut up seriously

  • Elvis Freshly

    lmao @ he’s a “huge LaBron fan” really?, are you?

  • http://slamonline.com tealish

    Lol at you guys slamming House. He will be a huge part of whether the Heat are successful or not. He’s missed a couple so far (last night’s 0.4 sec attempt shouldn’t really count as an opportunity), but he WILL take the big shot. More than what can be said about some.

  • http://slamonline.com Kap

    It’s amazing how quickly the predictions of Lebron averaging a triple double and the heat winning 73 games died. Now the bandwagon fans are asking to trade bosh after only eight games.

  • http://www.slamonline.com NickthaQuick

    “WHAT SHOULD LABRON DO” — Take spelling classes, would be one thing.

  • http://Www.slamonline.com B-more Mike

    And Kobe has what 2 do with this? All where doing is playing ball, leave the circus elsewhere.

  • Brian

    With the Heat’s lineup why is House taking the game winning shots anyway?

  • Ses

    I just find it funny that there are 2 undefeated teams still left in the L and neither is Miami! They should have been watchin what the score was instead of yawning! LOL @ the Heat!

  • Jose

    It disapointed me alot, especially since Wade,LBJ, and even Bosh had great games…It was the best games they’ve had individually this season looking at the box score

  • http://www.bulls.com Enigmatic

    So…does Jeff Van Gundy and everyone else who thought they’d beat the Bulls’ record in year one still think they’re gonna go 68-6 the rest of the way?

  • http://null.com Reemo

    They lost an early season game. Big deal. IF you want to go ahead and crown the Lakers crown the arses. But when they hit a slump I’m goin to talk about them like most of you talk about the Heat

    Haters gonna hate….

  • hoop love

    did anyone else notice lebron not making the pass to wade on the break twice in the last quarter? perhaps he is not used to anyone gettin up the floor as quick as him. it also wouldve saved price from that seemingly traumatic foul on jones haha

  • http://slamonline.com Kap

    LBJ didn’t have a good game. He was 5-18 from the field forget the triple double. I don’t consider Bosh having 7 rebs a good game either.

  • http://counterkicks.com Q

    yeah who made Eddie House the heat team spokesman he shouldn’t be allowed to talk to the press for the rest of the season

  • http://aspov.blogspot.com Cheryl

    I got nothing. Inexcusable. I’d put them through a serious workout today if I was coach. There’d be vom!t.

  • unrel

    bored?.. what an idiot.. tell that to all the ticket holders that night.. now the big 2.5 is going to have to win big because of eddie’s big mouth.. i hate when the Rotties have to back up the yapping of the yorkies..

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    there definitely was a lack of urgency out there and Spoelstra’s continuous toggling with rotations didn’t help any…. what else didn’t help any was Millsap turning into superman, I don’t care what you say about Bosh’s defense, he played him exactly how you need to… the guy just couldn’t miss- INCREDIBLE

  • bails1

    @ Eddie House- Here’s a thought if you’re so bored why don you practice dribbling. I have seen middle school girls with wayyyyyy better handles than you sir.

  • http://fdsjklf.com Jukai

    Lebron and Wade both had great games but made mistakes at the end. That’s really it.
    I mean, at the end of the day, Arroyo needs to be out, Chalmers needs to be in, and Big Z needs to be playing clutch minutes instead of Joel Anthony. That’s the bottom line.
    I’ve said this since AFTER the first game.
    And it still seems correct.
    Dunno what else to say.

  • dma

    I’m calling shenanigans. LeBron and Wade probably hate playing for Spoelstra and are throwing games until Riles takes over. The press would eat that up. I fell asleep when they were up 20 and woke up to them down 6. Amazing

  • http://slamonline.com tealish

    Great game.

  • http://www.double-technical.blogspot.com Zee!

    Eddie ya’ll just got outworked, outhustled, outcoached….would it kill you to tell the truth? This bored BS is only gonna work so long.

  • JTaylor21

    Kap, you big dummy, name one heat fan on here that swore he was going to avg. a trip dub and that the team would win 70 gms? I don’t remember Eboy, T-Money or even The Philo saying that sh*t, so quit making up ish or maybe that’s how it’s done in la la land. By the way, who the hell have the lakers played so far? RIDDLE ME THAT!

  • http://slamonline.com Kap

    I could swear all you guys were claiming if LBJ wanted to average a triple double then he was gonna do it and that 70 wins was achievable. Also, I didn’t hear you talking about the schedule when the Cavs were playing the Bobcats and Pistons every other night when they had Bron so don’t try to damper the Lakers success with that crap now.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Kap, just checking in for a minute, if you had an opportunity to review what I thought the Heat and Lebron would do….it’s out there in the SLAM archives somewhere. I think the Heat will win 666 gam….err…66 games and Lebron would average 24, 7, 8. I don’t think I’m going to be far off by the end of the year.

  • http://fdsjklf.com Jukai

    JTaylor: You know I hate to say this, but in a seven game series, the Lakers would kill the Heat. Like, in five. The heat have a lot of problems they have to work out right now.
    If the issues aren’t solved, I can’t see the Heat making 60 games.

  • feez22

    well in the heats defense they have played better teams than the lakers… the best opponent the lakers have faced is who? the blazers? the heat have faced the celtics, jazz and the hornets all teams that i would deem better than the blazers (especially with rumors floating that roy is injured created by YOUR BOY Ron artest) but w/e it is what it is. The heat actually need time to grow and need to develop chemistry… i guess people are laughing like crazy because (SOME) heat fans pretty much signaled to me that it was a plug and play dynasty. clearly they need time to grow and need to fill some holes especially at the 1 and the 5 (and they need to get bosh to gain the 15 pounds that he decided to lose this offeseason.. why would he do that) thats my take on this “situation” the heat are 5-3 and imo are fully capable of gelling and getting the best record in the east. Again people you are jumping the gun on this team it is the 8th game… it is seriously like saying the hornets are 7-0 so they are clearly “elite” the answer is its too early to deem anything as concrete. I know the celtics gelled pretty quickly but that team had all preseason to do it the heat stumbled with injuries to their main guys in wade and bron so ya jumping the gun isn’t good when talking about john wall or the hornets so why is it good and true when talking about the heat?

  • http://www.slamonline.com Eboy

    Jukai….I’m sure you know the NBA Finals aren’t played the first part of November, right?

  • Cizzo

    I barely can stand Miami, but I hate Eddie TrailerHouse! I hope the Heat Oust him before they win a ring.. If they do get that close…..Who would want to postgame interview him anyway? He’s annoying!

  • Cizzo

    Don’t Milsap come off the bench too? CBn one owe Paul some change…… Bosh is too effin scrubby for me to Big Upp! No excuse……..

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    I was surprised Al Jefferson sat almost the entire fourth quarter and all of overtime and that big dude Koufos played.


    What’s this Lebron is overrated. Didn’t he just drop a triple double. Oh i was in NBA.com standing this morning and I see this : 1-Orlando
    Is there something wrong with this picture

  • Random

    I just love how about 6% of the people in here can actually spell correctly and put sentences together. Typical basketball fans

  • http://www.twitter.com/TheDiesel Anton

    Haslem: “I gave up 14 mill for this isht?”

  • Klav

    actually it hasn’t been publicized in the media but on the radio this morning in pdx it was noted that Roy has had his knee drained and is looking for a second opinion. but as far as the heat, Amar’e kinda seems like he would be the better fit with MIA than Bosh. but damn. maybe even Booze seems like a better fit since he’s a low post threat who can hit that midrange.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Bosh is going to surprise y’all this season.
    He is still getting used to the increased pressure. Being the third wheel in Miami is probably more stressful than being the number one option in Toronto. Every game is a big deal, and you have two obvious talents playing fairly well, so your mistakes get exposed more. Plus, he’s being asked to play with the same hustle as a role player, and the only time he’s really done that was with FIBA. Somebody should show him those tapes.

  • EtheKnickfan

    Soooo the owner of Cavs was …..right?

  • http://fdsjklf.com Jukai

    Eboy: No, but my point was, it’s going to take a lot of fixing for things to work. And so far, no change have been made. God, is there any value in Arroyo? It’s killing me watching him out there.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Anybody who thinks the Cavs continue this hot streak is a fool. Seriously. We all so those same players crap the bed, it wasn’t Lebron. We all agree on that.

  • http://sports.espn.go.com/oly/olybb/news/story?id=5493184 Jackie Moon

    So, how is this team better than last year’s Cleveland Cavs???

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    Nah, seriously, it’s six games in and they have the same record.
    Holla at me at the All-Star break. If they still are playing .500 ball then Bron has some explaining to do. And Mike Brown.

  • flipnoyce

    Like I said before they look good on paper and who will take the last shot when the game matters the most??????Bron and Wade plays too much alike and Bosh is not a post up type of player. The only way this could really work is if Lebron is a permanent point and have Miller play the 3 spot when he comes back. So far my theory is 3 for 3 about teams that could beat MIAMI. A team with a good point guard with a decent 4 n 5 spot will expose Heat’s weakness!!!, just sayin!!!

  • http://fdsjklf.com Jukai

    Jordan and Pippen played pretty much the same position. They won six championships.
    Though I’ll agree that, ideally, the lineup I want to see start is Lebron-Wade-Miller-Bosh-Big Z. You have three superstars, you don’t need to save firepower for the bench.

  • http://www.need4sheed.com Tarzan Cooper

    Panic in the streets!!! ….. Its a marathon, not a sprint

  • Jay Reyes

    @Anton: hahahaha!!! I definitely agree with your thoughts on Haslem!!!

  • ai come back

    no this is a magic…….george gervin ish combo type thing haha

  • http://www.kb24.com The Seed

    If Cavs make the playoffs, I do not ever want to hear that the Cavs team sucked. Because now Gibson is averaging 15, JJ averaging 16 and Mo is putting up 15. So maybe Lebron was dominating the ball too much and not trusting his teammates. Also it looks like Mo Williams is making his teammates better than Lebron. LOL!! BOOK IT!!

  • ClydeSays

    Lil’ early in the season to be bored, don’t you think Eddie? Maybe after a few seasons of 70 plus wins you could say you were bored. Even so, that’s an insult to the ppl buying tickets…

  • http://fdsjklf.com Jukai

    The Seed: Uhm…. so no one is averaging 20 points, Mo is averaging less points, and the third and fourth option is gone/not playing (Shaq/Jamison) and you’re impressed with the stat raises?
    If the Cavs make an 8th seed, it would certainly take some pressure off the team, but like… the stats yer quoting don’t really justify yer point.

  • Blackphantom

    … Seriously?

  • http://tcrich101@yahoo.com 2k Champ

    After Bosh got 40 balled last night I had 2 go ahead and place him on the trading block on 2k. I hope I can get Dirk 4 em. Thats who the heat shouldve picked up as a thrid wheel.

  • http://minusthebars.blogspot.com don

    I am pretty sure there is a quote from another Miami player that better explains the meltdown, but as usual, the idiotic quote proves to be more “sensational.”

  • Jackie Moon

    Eddie House: “Like, we weren’t even trying. It’s only a regular season game. No … really. No big deal. I don’t care. What? I don’t care. It’s cool. I’m cool.”

  • Jay Reyes

    yeah, go tell that to the guys who pays these ego-maniacs millions of moolahs!

  • Jay Reyes

    yeah, whatever… if guys like you get bored, let other bench players play… they wont be as bored as you and would surely want to prove that they can beat the jazz…

  • http://slamonline.com Michael Whyte

    I read the first 20 comments and got the general idea of peoples thoughts. I agree with some and have this idea about how the heat and lebron are playing. I have watched nearly (prob 90 percent) all of Lebrons games over the past 2-3 years and this season there is something wrong. I’m going to keep watching with interest but I’m hoping he starts to take over games, not just 3rd quarters every now and then. Last season his Cleveland side lost to a buzzer beater by gaines, and I can tell you he did everything he could to win that game. I cant say the same thing about this loss.

  • http://slamonline.com Michael Whyte

    OH and coach Spo, please run a play for Lebron when it matters. Look at his clutch numbers over the years. Clutch isn’t just game winners. Down the stretch he’s a beast. Well… he was.

  • Jackie Moon

    Watching the Heat lose to the Jazz in OT, you have to realize how lucky Team USA was to have Kobe in that gold medal game against Spain, and at the same time, you see how a team with both Wade and James finished with Bronze in the 1996 Worlds Championships. But of course, it’s never their fault, it’s the players around them.

  • http://slamonline.com tealish

    @Moon – ’96?

  • Jackie Moon

    OOPS! 2006 … 10 years off

  • http://counterkicks.com Q

    just found this bosh is ranked 68th in efficiency i know the stat can be overrated an taken out of context at times but 68th really brings his ineptitude into light

  • JalepinoSausage

    For anybody thinking Eddie House was serious , CHILL UR HATE dummys !!!! Utah r a very good team. They just downed Orlando. youl get the game notes 2mrw on how sic D-Will is. The Heat need another 4 to 5 months of playing together to gel their chemistry properly. Also back up off Bosh’s tip. the guy got physically punished by the russians . Evidently everybody’s gonna try to play them physical as they dont have a strong inside presence. They’l adjust to that. I can’t wait to see all the haters ugly mushes then.

  • JalepinoSausage

    Moon is obviously still there.

  • Yesse

    Wow. This isn’t good for Heat. You can’t play like this if you want to win the championship. You can’t get bored in playoffs or the finals.

  • JalepinoSausage

    Yeah You tell em’ Yesse, like Eddie doesn’t know what it takes to win a Championship. Opps sorry he got more rings than Wade & Bron put together :-)

  • http://Slamonline.com Pippen Ain’t Easy

    Really? Behind Cleveland? DAMN

  • Mike from Spain

    Hey, anyone can have a boring day at the office, what?

  • http://slamonline.com Michael Whyte

    anyone who thinks lebron played well in this game is silly. lebron was about 6/10 for me. he would have averaged 9/10 the last 2 years with cleveland. sort it out my man

  • JalepinoSausage

    Everybody knows at least they’l make the top 4 playoffs silly. Cleveland sadly won’t make the playoffs at all. Who cares they’re not great instantly , sit back , calm down & WATCH GREATNESS DEVELOP. It’s also good to see O.C. are in the playoff picture :-)

  • papa sandros

    if heat lose tonight against celtics Spolstra should be fired or give up.

    Bosh sucks and is overpaid.

    Chalmers and Anthony should be traded.

    Riley resents missing out on Dampier

  • abernator

    Beddie Spouse?
    Didn’t he try to chuck the last second 3 pointer? If he and the Heat were so bored, why the hell would you allow OT and let boredom reign again. I’ll be laughing when the Heat wins NO championships and get eliminated in the 2nd round AND Bosh or James get traded. Looks like bunch of lost amateurs playing basketball beside Wade, of course.

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