James: 44 minutes is too much
Old 11-12-2010, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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James: 44 minutes is too much

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“For myself, 44 minutes is too much,” James declared. “I think Coach Spo knows that. Forty minutes for D-Wade is too much. We have to have as much energy as we can to finish games out.”
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Old 11-12-2010, 10:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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How long until Riles feels like he has to take the reigns?

I think that the Heat should only have 2 stars on the floor at any one time. That's help for starters. It would prob. allow Bosh some more touches and get him more involved too.
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Old 11-12-2010, 10:07 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I say we see Riley back for the Dec. 25th game. Perfect opportunity to make a big splash in a high profile game.

Also, has LeBron ever not criticized a coach in some way?
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Lebron who is playing by far the best of the three individually is probably hurting that team the most. He is just so impatient when things go wrong. He always needs the ball and he always needs to be making the decisions on the court. He needs to sit back and let the team grow around him.

Bosh needs to stop taking in the sun at his oceanside mansion. Coach Mitchell needs to show up and body slam him through his kitchen table and wake his ass up. He's playing like a zombie.
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Lebron who is playing by far the best of the three individually is probably hurting that team the most. He is just so impatient when things go wrong. He always needs the ball and he always needs to be making the decisions on the court. He needs to sit back and let the team grow around him.

Bosh needs to stop taking in the sun at his oceanside mansion. Coach Mitchell needs to show up and body slam him through his kitchen table and wake his ass up. He's playing like a zombie.
Rondo definitely exposed Bosh's weak weakside help D with that dunk last night.... Bosh is so lazy on defense.
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seeing them and Bosh specifically lose a few and not justify the hype MAKES ME VERY HAPPY.
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Bosh hasn't been playing with any sense of urgency or passion, but you both have your heads up your asses if you think that play is typical of a motivated Chris Bosh.
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losing 4 games after 9 games is too much
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Bosh hasn't been playing with any sense of urgency or passion, but you both have your heads up your asses if you think that play is typical of a motivated Chris Bosh.
Chris Bosh will never be the same player again.... he will never be the guy that was putting up 20 and 10 again....
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I think that the Heat should only have 2 stars on the floor at any one time.
Heat only have 2 stars!!!

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Old 11-12-2010, 11:27 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Bosh hasn't been playing with any sense of urgency or passion, but you both have your heads up your asses if you think that play is typical of a motivated Chris Bosh.
hey i'm not saying Chris Bosh isn't capable of more because we've all seen that he is, but the very fact that you are questioning his motiviation at the moment is pretty significant. After all the talk, the hype, the media, the interviews, the jabs at Toronto, the everything.... Bosh should have more than enough motiviation to last him a lifetime.
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bosh took a back seat as soon as he joined the heat, and he will never get his 'star status' back as long as he plays with Wade and Lebron. he's deferred everything, he doesnt have the balls to demand anything and doesnt have the confidence in himself to take over anything, let alone a game...
since he used the caged wolf metaphor a while back, i'll also use them as my interpretation of those 3: he is the smallest of the pack, and mama wolf only has 2 nipples... he doesnt get to suck any teet because the other 2 have already taken them... he just sits and waits for one of them to get their full or get bored, then when the nipple opens up (for a brief second) he jumps on it... only to get pushed off when the other player gets hungry again.
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Who is Mother wolf? The game of basketball?
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Pat Riley.
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That first round pick from the Heat is looking better and better every day
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That first round pick from the Heat is looking better and better every day
looking like we have a chance at that 28th pick
if the Heat win, we still get the 30th
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Old 11-12-2010, 12:49 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Bosh hasn't been playing with any sense of urgency or passion, but you both have your heads up your asses if you think that play is typical of a motivated Chris Bosh.
Agreed.

The Heat really need to use him and ONE of Wade or Lebron in some 2-man sets more often. Get him more involved.

I agree with you too about Lebron.... he's so used to going into "God mode" after playing with the Cavs for so many years.... and he shouldn't have to with this team.
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That first round pick from the Heat is looking better and better every day
Yippy, it'll be #27 instead of #30.
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Has it occurred to any of you that there is a curse that has been placed on LeBron James? He's focked..
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