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"and I'm pretty sure he had just gotten into some sort of trouble off-the-court." oh yeah, the drunk driving.
I don't remember the exact circumstances but I know there was a bad rap about Melo at the time. Posted by: Chris | January 27, 2010 at 10:47 PM They got swept by the Lakers, nobody on the Nuggets showed any effort in that series, Melo called the team out for it, & I think there was a small falling out between him & the coach. Considering this is the same team that turned down trading for (Sacramento) Ron Artest because they didn't want to give away Kleiza (who just walked out the door last summer), I wouldn't be surprised...
Ok, did we really have a chance to trade for Carmelo? 'Cause if Riley said no to a Marion/Beas for Melo trade, he's lost his marbles & 2010 might end bad for Heat fans.
num* Posted by: Byron Scott for head coach | January 27, 2010 at 10:06 PM Mo williams is hurt nu nuts Posted by: Byron Scott for head coach | January 27, 2010 at 10:06 PM Lol sorry, I thought my sarcasm was quite obvious.
We have to be the only team that doesn't play our 2nd best scorer at crunch time Posted by: Byron Scott for head coach | January 27, 2010 at 09:54 PM The Cavs haven't played Mo Williams AT ALL the past few games.
Raps fan : "What happened to Haslem? I haven't followed the Heat for awhile, but I remember him being more than decent on both ends of the floor, back in that championship run." Posted by: cruicruise | January 27, 2010 at 09:54 PM Haslem used to have hops. I think he still does, but I remember him getting A LOT of easy dunks when we used to push the ball. Can't tell now...
"Can someone please explain to me what Ira means when he says "make you appreciate the lack of patience"?" He meant Spo's lack of patience with Beasley, pulling him for any little thing.
"Upon his second-quarter return, Beasley had a few of those moments that make you appreciate the lack of patience, from misplaying a Raptors inbounds on their baseline to his inability to contain Patrick O'Bryant." Lol I think this was sarcasm on Ira's part. At least I hope it was.
He commends Haslem for getting a double double but mentions nothing of him getting lit-up. Really Ira?
& Btw, seeing how the Raptors have a better record than the Heat, they obviously aren't a sub .500 team. & yet you fail to understand why I constantly call you an idiot...
The day Bosh leads his team to a good winning record on a consistent basis is the day you can compare him to Duncan. Bosh leads a sub .500 team. Posted by: King Riley the Supreme Ruler of this Blog! | January 27, 2010 at 09:16 PM Give Bosh Manu, Parker, Ginobli & Jefferson & he'll lead the team with the best record in the east.
hmm state of the union or heat game.. ?? Posted by: heatguy225 | January 27, 2010 at 09:08 PM state of the union. unlike the heat game, this won't be crap.
Posted by: King Riley the Supreme Ruler of this Blog! | January 27, 2010 at 08:54 PM Finally switched off of your DivaWadeSocks screen name, huh?
If we see that line-up to start the 4th, I'll hop on the fire Spo bandwagon. Would be the stupidest thing to do, especially in this situation with the 5th seed on the line.
Posted by: doctorb | January 27, 2010 at 08:19 PM Agreed 100%. That was just a completely stupid move by Spo. That lin-up got rid of leads WITH Beasley. Why would it work with him gone?
His injury has definitely f*cked up our rhythm and chemistry. Posted by: cruicruise | January 27, 2010 at 07:56 PM No. The Chalmers-Wright-Jones-Haslem-Anthony line up did that. Is there anyone else in the world in the right mind who'd play that line-up?
Is the sound way ahead of th video for anyone else?
Posted by: oxygen | January 27, 2010 at 07:44 PM No need for all that. He's right. Beas tripped over his own foot. I think he'll be back in the 2nd half though.
Really? The offensively challenged line-up is out there even though Beasley is out? My god...
OK Q-Rich, lol.
Oh, god. If this is serious, we're a lottery team...
Beas active early. It's too bad we spent so much time making him a SF rather than finding some sort of 2 man game between him & Wade. His ball handling is a good result of it, though.
I've yet to see the Heat's opening this year...
Beat the Raptors & we'll stay the 5th seed. Most of Beas's minutes today might have to be at SF. Bosh is too hard a cover, & if Bagnani starts to take him on the block, we'll have to *gulp* adjust accordingly.
Posted by: Slledge | January 27, 2010 at 07:01 PM Blah, blah, blah. You used to be annoying, but now, you're just boring. I understand you're 52, but is it that hard to come up with new material? Actually, Sarge is 50 & it doesn't look hard for him. Age isn't an excuse here...