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Chris Bosh Wasn’t The Miami Heat Player Who Was Crying, But He Almost Was
The Miami Heat‘s Chris Bosh told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst that he was not the player who was crying following a 87-86 loss to the Bulls today. Earlier, coach Erik Spoelstra told reporters that, “There are a couple of guys crying there in the locker room.” Naturally, a witch hunt has begun to find the professional athlete who got all weepy following a defeat.
In other Heat doom and gloom news, Miami’s postgame press conference was predictably subdued. Dwyane Wade broke out possibly the most angsty thing he’s ever said publicly when he noted, “The Miami Heat are exactly what everyone wanted, losing games. The world is better now because the Heat is losing.”
Meanwhile, discussion will inevitably turn to two things: who the mystery crier was, and, more importantly, why Spoelstra brought it up at all. As I said earlier, Spoelstra obviously didn’t mean any harm, and he was trying to show that his team cares about winning. But we already know that they care about winning. Some of them moved to a new city and essentially became supervillains because they care about winning so much. So why give the media (and future opponents) the fodder?
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