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Jermaine O'Neal has recently been linked in trade rumors involving Suns big man Amare Stoudemire. A likely scenario would be O'Neal and a first round pick for Stoudemire. Teammate Michael Beasley has also been mentioned, though shopping O'Neal would seem to fit better with long term plans. Send em Haslem too!
Thank god we didn't get Odom. Hes nowhere near the player we regard him as.
The Heat don't have talent by choice. When you draft Dorell Wright and then start Penny Hardaway over him in a throw-away season, you're not interested in developing your own talent. When you draft Michael Beasley and start Udonis Haslem over him, you're not interested in developing your own talent. When you target guys like James Jones and Yakhouba Diawara in free agency and give guaranteed contracts to Chris Quinn, Joel Anthony, and Earl Barron, you're not interested in talent. This organization has been run a$$-backwards since we won the championship in '06. We should have traded Marion and Haslem for Gerald Wallace and Emeka Okafor last year, the minute we drafted Beasley, and we should have rolled with a Wade-Wallace-Beasley-Okafor core. Move Blount's expiring, 2 firsts, and Chalmers this season for Monta Ellis, and boom -- you're in business. It would have taken two or three years for it to come entirely together, but we'd be a legitimate playoff entity in the mean-time and a long-time contender once everything snapped into place. Instead, we're where we are now. 2010 free agency better f*cking work out, because we're already over-committed to it. Posted by: josh | January 27, 2010 at 10:55 PM Post of the day.
We need Bease back asap. How long before he is reentered into the starting lineup? Does he get Spo'd?
Kevin Love with 20-10
Can't wait to watch the Diva Wade ordering Spo to bench Beasley in the 4th Q. He'll request that his buddy Haslem defends Bosh instead. Posted by: Slledge | January 27, 2010 at 11:26 AM Bease outplayed Bosh last game. Haha, check ur stats fellow Grove inhabitant
Who gonna defend Bosh tonight, SuperCool Beasley? Posted by: Slledge | January 27, 2010 at 11:19 AM Haha considering Bease outplayed him badly last game, I would assume so.
What's good about the Haslem and Love combo is that both players can play the center position and with that Miami has versatility at the low post which will leaves teams guessing about match ups. Michael Beasley forced to play the 4 spot is a bad bad move for the Heat. Posted by: williams46 | January 27, 2010 at 10:45 AM Hahaha @ this.
Better rebounder. Much worse defender. Similar, maybe slightly better, offensively. No way he plays over Haslem on this team, though. Posted by: josh | January 27, 2010 at 10:18 AM Oh, ok. If were talking this team than I agree. Haslem is our best PF. I just think on another team that doesn't worship the ground that Haslem walks on would play Love over him. Loves the better rebounder, and better offensive player, with much more upside than Haslem.
Love would play like 10 minutes a game. He'd be our third best power forward. Posted by: josh | January 27, 2010 at 10:11 AM Loves better than Haslem.
``It hurts. Not hurts, but I want to be in,'' Beasley said, trying to find the right words. ``But coach would rather go with the vets. You can't be mad at the decision he's making. But at the same time, I'd rather be in there.'' Beasley is so professional. Phuck u Spo.
LeBron didn't dunk on Wade. Wade was trailing him and unlike a lot of superstars who are too afraid to get embarrassed, my man tried to contest the shot.
Wade didn't get dunked on lol. He was chasing bron on a fastbreak. Do u guys know what being dunked on means?
"Dagger." Did you read the article? I've read that story about Wade since he came into the league. He won't last with his driving to the lane. He takes too much of a pounding. It's sensationalism. Whatever, if you really thought Wade would never return to form ... fine. I did. Posted by: eddieomaha | January 26, 2010 at 10:38 PM Im with u Eddie. Everyone lives in the short-term. Shortsighted, quick to annoint to the next "king", "Jordan", quick to throw someone under the bus.
Will we ever see the Wade of old again? There's a chance that we're watching a real superstar fade away Posted by: Adam | January 26, 2010 at 10:33 PM Um, no. Its called his prime.
"They shouldn’t tinker with their young core of Beasley and Chalmers as they will develop and become important pieces for the franchise."
Yea, that article was on point. Except for the mention of the Heat needing to develop Mario Chalmers.
There is no way to prove one is better than the other, outside of "I say Durant is better". Posted by: FMB(Heat reflects Spo - SADLY) | January 24, 2010 at 03:35 PM Durant is better.
Dallas beat NY by 50
Same record, same level of talent, yet Durant is the "most naturally talented player the nba has ever seen". Posted by: FMB(Heat reflects Spo - SADLY) | January 24, 2010 at 02:43 PM I dont know about the most naturally talented player the NBA has seen, but hes up there. Hes 6-10 with a wingspan of a Center and has handles like a PG. He can shoot over anyone, his skill set is in a class where not many have been in.
I usually be wrong most of the times! Posted by: tito | January 24, 2010 at 12:59 PM Yes, we know.
don’t know if Riley will bring PF or another scorer to the team to help Wade and Beasley? I guarantee UDO will be a big part for Spo’ strategy in the playoff because the Bus will stop either Boston, Orlando or Cleveland before the bus make a complete stop in Miami. Beasley may score against any PF or SF and he will create mismatches against any SF in the league but he has issues defending PF. He will get better. In the playoff UDO might be a starter in order to be able to guard KG or Wallace. Playoff is a half court game or less you live in Arizona. Who is the best defender other than Wade in the team? I say UDO! We match well against Orlando but not against the other two team defensibly. Everyone Knows planning is part of the execution and when you are executing adjustments must be make. I wonder what Spo is going to do if Rivers decides to play KG and Wallace at the same time . I will sit Q, start Wright or put a big front line LIKE JO, UDO AND Beasley in other to play physical. UDO is way better scorer and rebounder right now. UDO is Better than Q, Wright is better than Q. In regard of Arroyo, I don’t think he is the answer but he is a professional. Compare his stats from the other two PG, look for the definition of a PG. I think he fill the category , Alston as well, no CHALMERS. Carlos as a starter, 500 record, only one blowout game as a starter, the lowest TO Assist ratio in the league, he has the best FG% in the team among PG. Best 3 point % in the team. He doesn’t take too many. I almost forgot it, he took Chalmers spot. Alston 4 blowouts as a starter in 10 games. I like Alston as well. He is a true PG and veteran. I usually be wrong most of the times! Posted by: tito | January 24, 2010 at 12:59 PM Uh, No.
Michael Beasley again attacked the rim at the outset. Good. More please. Yes, he opened 1 of 5 in his first stint, but the aggression was praise-worthy. Theres a subtle Mike slant from Ira, and other beat writers. Its the cool thing to do nowadays.
That's not a good thing. I think that's a sign that Beas might not be in a Heat uniform for too long. That, or the people who are "going at [[him]" won't be... Posted by: GodsSon521 | January 23, 2010 at 03:26 PM I dont get it.
"I'm just tired of everybody just going at me to start the game," Beasley said. "That's it. Every game since last year, the first three, four, five plays are right at me. It's time I take a stand. I'm getting sick of it." 'Nough said young fella. Mah Boy