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Although the players are still the same, this Heat team is not the same as last season. Agree or disagree? (that's docB style)
"The team is performing very well right now " A mediocre team will beat worse than mediocre teams. Usually. Sometimes a mediocre team as ours, the MMM's, will beat a good team. Usually they won't. Sometimes a mediocre team like Miami will get beat by the scum of the scum teams. Can also happen, Normally, a mediocre team like Miami gets booted out of the playoffs with a mediocre record, first round. Just the facts, Jack. Posted by: Slledge | October 31, 2009 at 08:12 AM I don't care.
new blog. idiots.
r u alright sledgerro?
Q: Hey Ira, why do most NBA analysts and experts have the Heat finishing in the eighth seed or not making the playoffs at all? What's your prediction? -- Israel. A: That's about where I have the Heat, too, after predicting 41-41. I just think it's difficult for a team to make major strides when the focus clearly is on the future. It's not as if the Heat is going to make a trade-deadline deal in February to boost the team if it means cutting into next summer's cap space. And while the 2-0 start in encouraging, there also are some brutal road stretches down the line. So far, it’s only been lottery fodder." Hush, hush, Homer kids. Posted by: Slledge | October 31, 2009 at 08:14 AM That includes you? Like I said previously, 'I don't care.'
Q: Hey Ira, why do most NBA analysts and experts have the Heat finishing in the eighth seed or not making the playoffs at all? What's your prediction? -- Israel. A: That's about where I have the Heat, too, after predicting 41-41. I just think it's difficult for a team to make major strides when the focus clearly is on the future. It's not as if the Heat is going to make a trade-deadline deal in February to boost the team if it means cutting into next summer's cap space. And while the 2-0 start in encouraging, there also are some brutal road stretches down the line. So far, it’s only been lottery fodder." Hush, hush, Homer kids. Posted by: Slledge | October 31, 2009 at 08:14 AM That includes you? Like I said previously, 'I don't care.'
James who? Jones? I don't care.
Mentally challenged Homer Retards with sexual problems impersonating other bloggers. Pathetic. Posted by: Slledge | October 31, 2009 at 07:57 AM I saw Sharapova getting drilled in her younger years. Boy, she was hot and that posey, oh man.
Mentally challenged Homer Retards with sexual problems impersonating other bloggers. Pathetic. Posted by: Slledge | October 31, 2009 at 07:57 AM I saw Sharapova getting drilled in her younger years. Boy, she was hot and that posey, oh man.
Don't beat around the bush King Riley. You just claimed that Beasley will become a better scorer than Wade and that Dwayne is envious of Beasley's scoring prowess. Again, you're pitting these two as rivals and you want your boy Beasley to come out on top over W#ade. Posted by: williams46 | October 31, 2009 at 12:29 AM --------- they should not be rival but much like shaq and Kobe one will have to give way to the other. As Wade ages, beasley will start to gain the upper hand and his scoring abilities are undeniable! Posted by: King Riley | October 31, 2009 at 12:34 AM That is still too far into the future man. You're getting ahead of yourself in a big way. Why don't you just savor the moment instead of whining and moaning for something that is not sure to happen?
The team is performing very well right now and instead of enjoying these moments here are these Beasley peons shouting and screaming their rebellious nonsense.
Free Beasley Trade Haslem Fire Spo Posted by: TylerD | October 31, 2009 at 07:29 AM Man, I do hope that you know what you're talking about.
Free Michael Haslem. Trade Udonis Beasley. How's that?
Problem with these two phags, members of the Beasley smoker's club, hotleo and King Rilkey, is that they want to pit Beasley and Wade as rivals. That will never be good if both of these morons want to have chemistry between the two. Hypocrites.
Posted by: williams46 | October 31, 2009 at 12:11 AM --------- had u bothered to read my posts from before I have never wanted Beas to be scoring leader. In fact I have wanted for Wade to go back to his old scoring averages during the shaq years of 24-27 pts a night with Beas scoring in the 22-23 range. What I do want to see is for Beas to carry the load early and have Wade pick his spots and go for the kill much like Shaq did with Kobe and later with Wade! It preserves Wade and makes the offense more multi faceted! I think that winning that damned award is akin to a the scourge! It makes teams stagnant in offense due to all the watching and Iso plays that go on! Then again ur not the sharpest tool in the shed Willie-pino! By the way, it's in print if u bother to look it up dumb phock! By the way, I have been slightly critical of Wade but by no means have I bashed him tonight! I have even commended him slightly is again, u bothered to read! Posted by: King Riley | October 31, 2009 at 12:22 AM Don't beat around the bush King Riley. You just claimed that Beasley will become a better scorer than Wade and that Dwayne is envious of Beasley's scoring prowess. Again, you're pitting these two as rivals and you want your boy Beasley to come out on top over W#ade.
I like this team, with the low post presence it has right now. Completely different from early last season. I'm already convinced of JO being in good shape and form. The way Wade is playing right now, scoring points silently, that's a very good sign. This team will go deeper into the playoffs that's for sure. And JO has to do is to stay healthey.
Posted by: Ohshz | October 30, 2009 at 11:49 PM -------- All of the greats fall in love and chase scoring titles in their prime be it Kobe, T Mac, Shaq, Lebron, Dirk, Jordan, Wade, Iverson, and now Melo. The scoring title is the most prestigious title and one that can destroy a locker room like Shaq and Kobe. Kobe always resented Shaq for getting scoring titles. All of these player are winners but u can not argue the prestige of the award. Stars are made because if scoring and to Wade the future represents a threat in the form of Beasley taking away his post as the best scorer on the heat team......which I predict will happen in three years. Beasley will become a better scorer than Wade, mark it down! Posted by: King Riley | October 31, 2009 at 12:00 AM King Riley, your true colors finally emerged. You 're just jealous of Wade being the scoring champion because you want your boy Beasley to win it instead. All your complaints have nothing to do with Wade being a great player but rather Beasely not becoming the scoring champion.
The Heat is 2-0 and King Riley and hotleo are at it again bashing Wade? What will happen if Dwayne decide to go elsewhere? Come to think of it folks.
If I'm a Beasley fanatic, I will hope and pray about his well-being off the court, that he will not go back to his old ways again. That to me is way more important than complaining about Haslem's minutes.
Our best talent behind Wade? Posted by: cruicruise | October 30, 2009 at 10:05 PM I prefer JO. Take him away and the Heat will be the same team early last season.
any links for heat game? Posted by: neutral86 | October 30, 2009 at 07:30 PM http://atdhe.net/
God damnit, finish strong Mike!! Posted by: tony a. | October 30, 2009 at 07:19 PM He still soft????
Does Spoelstra think he's helping things by saying that moving Haslem to the bench was "a difficult and uncomfortable decision"? Answer: If I remember correctly, it was Spoelstra himself who said that Beasley is better suited to play the 4 spot despite claimed by others including me that Michael is better off at small forward. He saw it right then and there that someday Haslem is bound to come off the bench. What made the decision difficult was maybe due to Wade who is very comfortable playing with Haslem as the st6arter.
Lol. The Heat played that way only because they're more concerned about the box-office. It will not serve them well if the Knicks blew them out of the arena.
Posted by: williams46 | October 27, 2009 at 06:47 PM Its gonna be ok dude. Wade still gonna be the man. But now hes got a sidekick. Posted by: Ohshz | October 27, 2009 at 06:48 PM I will hope so. The kid never fails to disappoint me many times.