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Heat’s Big Three dominate Game 4 to even the Finals at two games apiece

Jun 14, 2013, 12:48 AM EDT

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SAN ANTONIO — LeBron James was the one who took the bulk of the criticism for the Heat’s 36-point loss in Game 3, largely due to a 15-point outing that didn’t include a single free throw attempt.

But Dwyane Wade knew better. He was well aware that for Miami to bounce back and remain in the hunt for a second consecutive title, it would take all three of Miami’s stars to come through in a big way to hold off a very formidable Spurs opponent.

“Obviously it starts with us three,” Wade said on Wednesday. “We have to do a better job of being that quote, unquote, Big Three and leading our team … If us three don’t lead the charge, we’re not going to be NBA champions. Our teammates count on us, so we have to step up.”

Wade personally led that charge on Thursday, and LeBron and Chris Bosh were just as dominant as the Heat evened the Finals at two games apiece with a 109-93 Game 4 victory.

Despite the ultimate margin, this was an incredible game played at the highest level, especially in the first half. Each team held a lead of as many as 10 points, and the game featured dominant performances from several key players.

No one, however, was more important to the final outcome than Wade.

A knee injury has limited Wade for much of the postseason, both in terms of his athleticism as well as his ability to play with his customary level of intensity. But in Game 4, Wade was active from the start. He was aggressive in looking for his shot early, and came away with 10 first quarter points. He was flying around the court defensively, and ended up with six steals. Most critical, though, was his ability to provide a scoring punch that the Heat have been sorely missing.

Wade finished with 32 points on 14-of-25 shooting, to go along with six rebounds and four assists. He hadn’t been great in second halves of games in this series, and the fatigue of the knee issue was likely the main reason why. But with a little under nine minutes to play and the Heat leading by five, he came through on consecutive possessions.

After hitting a jumper in close, Wade reached into the passing lane and grabbed a steal. He headed out on the break, eluded a defender in the open floor, and then exploded for the one-handed slam which pushed the lead back to nine.

Wade’s performance was incredible, but it wouldn’t have been enough against these Spurs without some help from his teammates. And he got more than enough of it from James and Bosh.

LeBron came through on his guarantee to be more aggressive in this one, and once his team was down by 10 about halfway through the first quarter, that’s when he flipped the switch. James not only brought the ball up the floor to initiate the offense, he was running at three-quarter speed and attacking the paint with purpose on seemingly every first half possession.

James often found his teammates after forcing the defense to collapse, and was big on the boards, as well. He finished with 33 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists, to go along with a couple of steals and blocked shots.

Bosh completed the Big Three performance with 20 points and 13 rebounds, but his defense inside is what really gave his team the extra push they needed to complement the offensive prowess displayed by Wade and James.

On the Spurs’ side, Tony Parker showed no ill effects of the hamstring injury he suffered in the previous game, getting to the rim multiple times and scoring with spectacular finishes, or finding his teammates for open looks. But he did almost all of his damage in the first half, and didn’t score in 13 minutes of playing time over the final two periods.

In a game where Miami got top-level performances from all three of its stars on the same night, San Antonio wasn’t flawless enough in its execution to be able to match. The Spurs didn’t help themselves by turning the ball over 18 times, and they were unable to slow even one of the Heat’s three stars, and that made the proposition of coming away with the win virtually impossible.

“When Bosh, Wade and James score the way they did tonight and shoot it the way they did tonight, teams are going to have a difficult time if you help them and shoot poorly from the free‑throw line, as we did, and give over 20 points on turnovers,” Gregg Popovich pointed out afterward. “It’s not going to happen. When those guys play like that, you better be playing a more perfect game.”

On this night, perfection belonged to Wade, James, and Bosh.

  1. 1972wasalongtimeago - Jun 14, 2013 at 12:51 AM

    Sssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    • spthegr8 - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:21 AM

      D Wade found Dr Emmitt Brown, Marty and the DeLorean & went back in time and found the old D Wade!! If he can play like this, they are gonna be TOUGH to beat. This looked like Wade from the 2006 Finals!! LeBron looked like LeBron again. But Pop will make some adjustments and the Spurs will be back. This is going 7!!

      • fanofevilempire - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:30 AM

        they call it a Flash back……..
        he probably has one more game like that left.

      • miamatt - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:45 AM

        1.21 Gigawatts??? What was I thinking???!!!

      • 1972wasalongtimeago - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:14 AM

        Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.

    • fanofevilempire - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:24 AM

      there is only one BIG three in these finals, Mano is like a 1/4, Tim is 3/4 and looks like
      Parker is 1/2 on that hammy.

  2. dolphindubs - Jun 14, 2013 at 12:56 AM

    If you listen closely, you can hear the nervous sweat dripping off the noses of all those that only care to see the Heat lose.

    I LOVE THAT SOUND.

    • badintent - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:10 AM

      My,my , my said the spider to the fly. Jump right into my web. ” That ‘s exactly what the Heat did, they lured the Spurs to the paint , then smacked their weak stuff down and out . D up, man up, PROTECT THE PAINT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

    • pantsfreezone - Jun 14, 2013 at 2:14 AM

      If you’ve never listened to Dan Lebatard’s rant after the Heat-Bulls series in ’11, go listen to it now.

  3. 1972wasalongtimeago - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:02 AM

    Anyone else think that dressing that kid up on a Three Amigos outfit is just a bit racist?

    • miamatt - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:44 AM

      My little Buttercup has the sweetest smile…

    • 1972wasalongtimeago - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:54 AM

      Just found out that twitter was chock full of racist comments about Sebastian so I want to clarify my comment here. I’m saying that the adults in this boy’s life set him up to get ripped because of the way he’s dressed. Like it or not, you have to know your audience, and this audience is not kind.

      I haven’t read the twitter comments, but I imagine that if he was wearing a Spurs jersey, the racists probably wouldn’t have said much if anything. If you’re entrusted with a child you have to protect him or her as much as possible. Those adults should have known better. This isn’t the the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. This isn’t Small World. Grown ups have to know better.

      I thought the kid was great.

      • Kurt Helin - Jun 14, 2013 at 2:51 PM

        He wore a Mariachi outfit in San Antonio — that is COMPLETELY APPROPRIATE. He does know his audience, it is in San Antonio.

      • 1972wasalongtimeago - Jun 14, 2013 at 4:07 PM

        I comment about a million times, and this is the one that I get response from the man himself?

        The audience isn’t San Antonio. This isn’t a San Antonio County (whatever it’s called) High School basketball game. The audience is the entire dumbass nation. You dress a little kid up like that in this situation and he’s going to get mocked. This is not a societal truth of which I am proud. But it’ s the truth.

        Miami/South Florida has a big Jewish population. If you take a 12 year old kid and dress him up to look Hasidic, complete with the big furry hat, the tzi tzis, the payos; and put him out there during the NBA Finals to sing the National Anthem that kid is going to get mocked like crazy, and probably much more viciously.

        If you’re a grown up, and you want to dress like that before the nation and sing, that’s fine. More power to you. But this is a kid, and this kid’s parents should have known better.

    • sica3820 - Jun 14, 2013 at 11:16 AM

      It’s a traditional Mariachi costume. San Antonio is heavy with Hispanic influence and culture. I don’t see how that makes it racist. If anything was racist it was the outrage and bigotry displayed on the internet regarding it.

  4. itsonlyaspeedbump - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:11 AM

    Heat fans brave again *rolls eyes*…

    Wade turned back the clock like it was 2006. James’ numbers were better, but Wade was the one who dominated this game on both ends from start to finish. The whole reason Lebron left Cleveland was so he could play with a player of the caliber of Wade, who if the Heat pull this out, will put himself in the inner circle of greatest shooting-guards ever with big-time performances like this one. James basically played an average game (for him) so I’m still looking for that truly transcendent game that will finally shut the haters up and make them appreciate greatness. (If that’s even possible)

    The pendulum will swing all the way back, and once again people will overreact to this Miami win. I seriously doubt S.A turns over the ball 19 times in game 5, and I question if Miami can play with this type of intensity for a second consecutive game. Also, Ginnobli is going to have at least one throwback game; I’m not seeing him having too many more 1/5 shooting nights. Parker will be effective for more than one half, after 2 days of rest for the hamstring. The Spurs will be fine, and basketball fans will get to appreciate another 7-game classic.

    • casualcommenter - Jun 14, 2013 at 8:17 PM

      Not sure I agree with your analysis of the trends in this series.

      In terms of negative trends for the Spurs Parker being limited to 31 minutes per game could continue – hamstring injuries take a notoriously long amount of time to heal. Ginobili isn’t having a bad series against the Heat – he’s having a bad playoff run.

      Also, there are several unsustainable positive trends for the Spurs. I don’t think Danny Green and Gary Neal are going to regularly combine for 70% from 3 as they have the past couple of games.
      I don’t think the Spurs are going to regularly get 14 more free throws (nearly double the Heat’s) each game like they did in this game. Etc.

  5. bleedburgandyandgold - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:25 AM

    What a entertaining series! I’m not one to follow basketball religiously but I follow it enough to keep up I don’t have a favorite team I just enjoy good play and both teams are delivering fun stuff!!

  6. miamatt - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:42 AM

    Basketball at the highest level being played by both teams into the 3rd quarter, then Miami broke through.

    A few thoughts:

    *The Heat go as their defensive execution and tenacity go; just because a team is undersized doesn’t mean they can’t contest and get blocks

    *Miami’s weaknesses become relevant mainly when Wade is less-than-a-bad-M.F.er. Seeing him attack relentlessly damn near brought a tear to my eye.

    *Quietly, Chris Bosh has put in three consecutive double-doubles.

    The NBA championship comes down to a best of three…

    • badintent - Jun 14, 2013 at 2:41 AM

      Posh Bosh has been softer than a marshmallow on a feather.When LBJ told him he would sleep with the Biscayne Bay fish, he maned up. For one half. Keep feeding him those BathSalts

    • cantonbound13 - Jun 14, 2013 at 5:45 AM

      Look who’s on here shortly after a Heat win, what courage.

      • hehateme2 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:49 AM

        cantonclown= world biggest loser

      • leahcima1 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:53 AM

        Soon his village will have its idiot back. Good bye cantonjerk13. Time to wash Melo’s clothes, clean his house and read him the funnies. The real basketball season is about to end. LOL

    • heat256 - Jun 14, 2013 at 8:56 AM

      Canton,

      You mean to tell me that even after a game where the Heat committed MORE personal fouls and the Spurs shot MORE free throws than Miami, the refs still handed them the game? Obviously, logical thinking is not your strong suit. We all know that when life doesn’t go your way – and we are all sure it hasn’t, with you being a 35 year old living with mommy and all that – you pull out the “other team cheated” card and the “life isn’t fair” card as well. You gotta get new material. Something funny, like, Wade was replaced with a clone, which is in violation of NBA rules. THAT would be original.

      I know saying so will go down tougher than the usual things you swallow, but it’s OK to say Wade played a damn fine game. Heck, you can even ridicule him for not doing this more often, as that’s actually a fair assessment.

      • aboogy123456 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:51 AM

        Not that I don’t agree with you, but I had to point out that you’re not being logical if you think bad reffing is just a function of how many free throws and fouls one team gets. It’s possible that the spurs should have shot not just more free throws, but a LOT more free throws than the heat. It’s not logical to think that both teams should always have the same number of free throws for the game to be fairly reffed. For example, there was an out of bounds call that went to the heat and was clearly off of bosh’s leg, that was neither a foul nor a free throw, but it was a bad call that led to a wade three point play. I think miami deserved the win last night and the game was fairly reffed, but maybe you need to understand logical thinking.

      • heat256 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:57 AM

        Refs can and do miss calls all the time. But when one only chooses to see the things that don’t suit their own preconstructed narrative, then they are not thinking logically. They are reacting emotionally. I saw the refs make and miss calls that could have gone either way against both teams. The point being is that when ALL of the facts point to the Heat winning the game without any suspect calls in their favor, which there is absolutely no evidence of, then his argument of a ref/Stern fix is in no way in line with logical thinking.

      • gmsingh123 - Jun 17, 2013 at 6:10 PM

        The NBA changed their formula. Instead of sending Miami to the foul line, which is obvious, they have stopped calling the bulk of the fouls against Miami when the Spurs are on offense. I estimate that 1 out of 10 fouls committed against Parker are called and I don’t think I have ever seen a single call against a Heat player when Splitter has the ball. Splitter gets hammered every single time. Duncan gets hammered too, but he still goes to the line once in a while. The problem is that nobody is going to go back and re-watch games and count all the non-calls. It would be very revealing if you did.

  7. casualcommenter - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:49 AM

    Interesting game. I was hoping every game would be like game 1 (competitive till the end), but this was the third blowout in a row. Normally, I wouldn’t try to draw so many conclusions from 1 game, but there’s a lot to be concerned about for the Spurs.

    For the Spurs, Danny Green and Gary Neal being ridiculously hot from 3 is really the only thing keeping them in this series. If the Spurs weren’t consistently shooting over 50% from 3, this series would be very one sided. That’s because while Duncan has been mostly consistent, aside from 1 bad game, Ginobili has been sad to watch, and even worse, Parker’s hamstring injury limited him to just 31 minutes total this game. Without Parker, the Spurs’ open 3′s disappeared since Ginobili wasn’t able to break down the Heat’s defense like Parker can (which is why the Heat defended the 3 point line much better). Last but not least, all 3 of the Heat’s Big 3 had good to great games. The Spurs didn’t manage to stop anybody defensively on the Heat, and that’s a big problem since the Spurs’ offense could be in for some trouble with a limited Tony Parker.

    I thought the Spurs had a great chance of beating the Heat with Wade injured, but with Ginobili looking limited and Parker being limited, the Heat are the better team. Keep in mind, the Spurs’ loss tonight came after shooting 14 more free throws than the Heat and shooting 50% from 3. If the Spurs had equaled the Heat’s free throw attempts, or had shot “only” 35% from 3, the game would have been even more 1-sided.

  8. rickyspanish - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:51 AM

    I loved seeing that game from Wade.

    • gmsingh123 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:48 AM

      Why couldn’t Wade play like that in any of the other games?

  9. cantonbound13 - Jun 14, 2013 at 5:44 AM

    The Big 5 Wade, LeBron, Bosh, Stern & Foster come through. Heat now 15-1 in post season games officiated by Scott Foster. After the down ratings in game 3 Stern called on his man Foster to change things.

    • HotHotHeat - Jun 14, 2013 at 6:52 AM

      You must live a sad life.

      • hehateme2 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:50 AM

        We should all be thankful we don’t live his petty little life. If envy is all you got, you got very little of value.

    • bcwildcat24 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:07 AM

      A sad life indeed. So the Heat can’t win a game, a 16 point game, without help from the refs? Are you kidding me? It’s funny how when Miami wins, it’s because Stern wants them to so the refs helped. But when the Heat lose, then “the Heat fans complain about the refs too much.” Smh. Go cry about the choke job of your Knicks some more why don’t ya?

    • gmsingh123 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:50 AM

      When the Spurs had 4 team fouls to Miami’s none in the beginning of the game you knew they were right on script. Instead of Parker getting it the worst though it was Splitter. It didn’t matter what body part of his they hit it was always called a “steal” or a “block”. That’s not basketball.

      • Kurt Helin - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:06 AM

        For the record, the Heat were called for 8 more personal fouls and the Spurs shot four more free throws than the Heat.

      • gmsingh123 - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:02 PM

        Correct. They improved their formula: the non-calls have become more important than the trips to the foul line. Thus, as I’ve said, Splitter got the crap beaten out of him and no calls were made against Miami. Then they can just put it down as “playoff basketball” without a metric left behind to show it’s fixed.

      • Kurt Helin - Jun 14, 2013 at 2:47 PM

        Is your tinfoil had comfortable or does it scratch your forehead?

      • gmsingh123 - Jun 15, 2013 at 6:28 AM

        I love my tinfoil had. How are your shill paychecks–big?

      • jimeejohnson - Jun 15, 2013 at 2:07 PM

        Tinfoil brain.

      • gmsingh123 - Jun 17, 2013 at 7:21 AM

        Better than the utter lack of one.

    • cwilson6843 - Jun 14, 2013 at 8:11 AM

      San Antonio shot 31 free throws compared to mia 17 free throws. Enough excuses

      • bcwildcat24 - Jun 14, 2013 at 8:42 AM

        Now wait just a minute cwilson6843. You stop stating facts this minute! You know haters like cantonbound dont’ like to hear that. It just gets in the way of their theory that David Stern badly wants the Heat to win.

      • aboogy123456 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:59 AM

        cwilson, so you’re saying that in order for it to be fairly reffed that each team needs to shoot the same exact number of free throws? How does that make sense? The game was called fairly last night, but you’re argument about number of free throws has nothing to do with it. What is San Antonio actually should have shot 50 free throws last night, but the refs only gave them 31?

      • jimeejohnson - Jun 15, 2013 at 2:09 PM

        cantonbound is an arrogant New Yawk a$$hole. Nothing more.

    • leahcima1 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:55 AM

      Soon his village will have its idiot back. Good bye cantonjerk13. Time to wash Melo’s clothes, clean his house and read him the funnies. The real basketball season is about to end. LOL

  10. jgreiner9 - Jun 14, 2013 at 6:49 AM

    It’s not really showing courage when you come on here blaming the refs and the commissioner. It’s more like being a coward…

    • rod2771 - Jun 14, 2013 at 6:55 AM

      Substitute brains for courage, it fits better and it’s true.

    • gmsingh123 - Jun 14, 2013 at 7:51 AM

      greiner, are you really that naive to think David Stern isn’t going to milk this series for as much money as the NBA can possibly make?

  11. florida727 - Jun 14, 2013 at 8:07 AM

    As a Bulls fan, I’ve got no dog in the fight, but I’m anxious to see how the Spurs play Game 5. It’ll be a tough game for them. They know it’s the last game of the season in San Antonio and they can’t clinch the title in front of their own fans, yet they need the game to have any chance of winning it all. Can’t realistically expect to win both games back in Miami. I think we’ll see how good Popovich really is to get his guys focused on a really tough challenge. Already looking forward to it.

  12. golfrangeman - Jun 14, 2013 at 9:43 AM

    Cantonbound let us know if you have anything intelligent to say

  13. jbeagles23 - Jun 14, 2013 at 9:48 AM

    Cantonbound can’t accept greatness. He’s a Knicks fan. What have they ever done? Won round one and started talkin about goin to the big show. Got to feel sorry for petty losers

    • cantonbound13 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:14 AM

      Greatness doesn’t lose a finals game by 36 points. Greatness is not 6-6 in your last 12 postseason games. I guess a loser like yourself does not know the true meaning of greatness & will throw that word around like nothing.

      • rod2771 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:21 AM

        That makes a lot of sense Ritchie. If the Heat end up going 8-6 in their last 14 and win another championship I’m sure it will dog their legacy. Moron!

      • cantonbound13 - Jun 17, 2013 at 10:27 AM

        IF… Not even you are confident.

      • leahcima1 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:56 AM

        Soon his village will have its idiot back. Good bye cantonjerk13. Time to wash Melo’s clothes, clean his house and read him the funnies. The real basketball season is about to end. LOL

      • cantonbound13 - Jun 14, 2013 at 11:19 AM

        You’re so angry. You should be happy your empty life just got somewhat better by seeing others succeed. As pathetic as that is it should make a failure like you happy

      • heat256 - Jun 14, 2013 at 11:04 AM

        Greatness also doesn’t miss the playoffs for years or when they do make it, lose in round one, like a certain NY Knicks team. Greatness can be measured by facing adversity and overcoming it, especially in the overwhelming chorus of a public that only wants to see them fail for their own selfish and childish reasons. The last 3 games will show whether MIA has that in them, for them beating a more than capable Spurs team will have to shut up even the loudest of uninformed and seriously basketball deficient boo-hooers out there.

      • cantonbound13 - Jun 16, 2013 at 10:23 PM

        GreAtness is getting their as$#$ kicked again. Hahaha!!!

      • gmsingh123 - Jun 17, 2013 at 6:14 PM

        Wow, these Heat fans get their panties in a bunch faster than anyone else I’ve seen!

  14. aboogy123456 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:09 AM

    Can you guys wait till the heat actually win the championship before crapping on cantonbound or saying the series is over?? They played a fantastic game last night, on both ends of the floor. It’s a 2-2 series, let’s just enjoy a great finals series, I still have the spurs winning because I think their best basketball is better than Miami’s best basketball.

    • rod2771 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      You lost me when you said the Spurs best was better than the Heat’s. You’re entitled to your opinion however wrong it is. It’s pretty simple as far as I’m concerned. The Heat play two more games like last night and it’s over for the Spurs. The question is, can they?

      • aboogy123456 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:32 AM

        I think the main key last night was Spoelstra choosing to start mike miller over haslem. It forced the spurs to either have Duncan or splitter on the floor, but not both, and it led to way too much boris diaw. It was a great coaching move by spoelstra.

        But I still think the spurs best is better, Tony parker didn’t do anything last night and they didn’t use him like they normally would like to. He stayed at the top of the key like a normal point guard instead of running off the ball for a mile. Duncan played horrible. He looked slow on defense and couldn’t block any shot, he should play better. I think we’ll see a great game 5, and hopefully parker can get to full strength.

      • aboogy123456 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:34 AM

        I still think the spurs best is better, Tony parker didn’t do anything last night and they didn’t use him like they normally would like to. He stayed at the top of the key like a normal point guard instead of running off the ball for a mile. Duncan played horrible. He looked slow on defense and couldn’t block any shot, he should play better. I think we’ll see a great game 5, and hopefully parker can get to full strength.

        I think the main key last night was Spoelstra choosing to start mike miller over haslem. It forced the spurs to either have Duncan or splitter on the floor, but not both, and it led to way too much boris diaw. It was a great coaching move by spoelstra, and it will be hard for the spurs to adjust.

  15. messiaheat - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    Hey Cantonbound, can you taste it? Your mother’s milk, I mean. I’ll love my team no matter what, championship or not, but trolls like you and teams like the Knicks are nothing more than a grade D comedians to the rest of us. Even if my team loses, at least I’ll have hope that they can take it away next year. After watching the Heat and Spurs (although I love Miami, I have an immense amount of respect for the Spurs. They are too damn good!), watching the Knicks is like watching a bunch of paraplegic children wrestle over the last cupcake at one of their Special Ministries events.

  16. messiaheat - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:36 AM

    Aboogy, I get what you’re saying! It’s never a good idea to act cocky before you actually win. I just think most Heat fans are thrilled to see their team play like that. The Spurs are an incredibly talented team with one of the original big 3s (plus Neal and Green!). I hope that Wade keeps this up because we are a much better team when he is. At the end of the day, beating the Spurs would be a HUGE accomplishment.

  17. leahcima1 - Jun 14, 2013 at 10:57 AM

    Soon his village will have its idiot back. Good bye cantonjerk13. Time to wash Melo’s clothes, clean his house and read him the funnies. The real basketball season is about to end. LOL

    • jimeejohnson - Jun 15, 2013 at 2:13 PM

      Why do you people care about what total loser cantonbound thinks? The guy is pure New Yawk scum, a tiny little penis, and a first class piece of crap. Besides that, he’s ok!

  18. jbeagles23 - Jun 14, 2013 at 1:23 PM

    The spurs best is better than the heats best? Worst post of the day

  19. bigwii - Jun 14, 2013 at 2:50 PM

    Aww, look at all the Heat “fans”coming out of their hole. They saw that they won so they feel the need to talk trash and gang up on someone to make themselves feel better. Just like the classy people that they are.

    You just keep proving me right and everyone else. Stay classy AND loyal Heat “fans.”

    • rod2771 - Jun 14, 2013 at 4:01 PM

      And who the hell are you that we should care? Another sports nerd that thinks he knows best. Boy how will I ever sleep knowing we validated your stereotype, Mr. Anonymous Sportshole Blogger.

  20. dolphindubs - Jun 14, 2013 at 3:45 PM

    @bigwii

    Yeah, you’re right. It’s just the Heat “fans”. It’s not like the anti-Heat “fans” don’t come out by the masses to post comments whenever the Heat lose…

  21. bigwii - Jun 14, 2013 at 5:15 PM

    Haha it’s responses like that that just make me laugh. Do you feel big and bad now, do you feel better. Are you that far up the Heat’s rear ends to think that because you’re a Heat fan your better than everyone else.

    Or is it because it has nothing to do with sports and you just want to sit behind your computer or phone and try to make yourself sound cool to say that kind of stuff.

    Those kind of idiotic remarks are what just make me lose faith in society. The fact is Heat fans are classless and it’s exactly why people don’t like you. Where were you guys after game one and 3.

    You want to insult people on here just shows how low of a person you are taking it that far. Classless Heat bandwagon fan you’ll be back in your hole when they lose game 5.

  22. bigwii - Jun 14, 2013 at 5:19 PM

    By the way people care just as much scout my opinion as they do about yours on here tighten up you arrogant Heat fan.

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