Plizaya J said:
o now u want to bring up bosh. were u slamming the heat when they were struggling without him? what does being top 5 have to do with anything when he gave u 10 points and 5 rebounds. u bring up wade being a superstar which i still think he is, but he misses almost everything he puts up lately. quit talking about who these players are and talk about what they did in the game. u cant win a game because wade's name is wade and he won a title 6 years ago, he needs to play like wade. i actually like chalmers and always said he is a good pg for this team. yea haslem was key in some other games, what does that have to do with last night? he had like 10 rebs in the first half and ended up with 11 for the game and scored 4 points all game. i always loved battier cuz of his professionalism and heart, but he has been terrible up until the last few games against boston, but his defense still isnt close to what ut used to be. he been gettin torched.
and no wade and bosh didnt do as much or more than lebron in game 7 against boston. wtf are u talkin about? did u watch that game? bosh was great but he didnt do more than lebron.
and wade got his shots, he just missed most of them. seriously wtf were u watchin
Actually this is the first time I find myself talking about the Heat these play-offs on this site. I do read a lot tho...
It seems like it's never enough when defending Bron. Haslem got 11 rebounds off the bench...that's bad? Maybe he didn't get rebounds in the second half because he didn't get minutes. that's still great production from a bench player. Battier didn't hit big shots to give the Heat a double digit lead? If they did something in the first half and didn't match it in the second you complain...like Haslem is supposed to get 10 rebounds a half and Battier is supposed to hit 6 3's in a game.
and like I said, how do you expect Wade to put up Bron type #'s when the ball is in Brons hand 70% of the time. Wade isn't playing at his best level...but Wade even at this level is still an all star caliber player and much more help then Lebron has ever had.
the same can he said with Bosh. Who has been playing very well since he came back.
And let's not act like offense is the only side of the ball...Lebron was fu*king up on defense plenty of times throughout these play-offs, especially late in games. he makes the dumbest mental mistakes on D and he did it again last night.
Like I said...Bron was supposed to be the chosen one and he failed...now he is watching Durant take what was supposed to be his spot right in front of his eyes.