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The Miami Heat Are Apparently Crying In The Locker Room Right Now

Following their 87-86 loss to the Chicago Bulls, the Miami Heat are upset. So upset, in fact, that a few of them are crying in the locker room.

According to Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, via ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, “some Heat players are crying in the locker room at the moment.” That tidbit was also confirmed by South Florida Sun-Sentinel beat writer Ira Winderman, who tweeted that Spoelstra said, “There are a couple of guys crying there in the locker room.”

After Chris Bosh‘s emotional press conference last week, we aren’t surprised: all jokes aside, the Heat are probably emotionally fragile right now, considering that they’ve played so poorly in crunch time, and are under an increasing amount on pressure to turn that around. In short, the wolves are out, and Miami’s players know this.

Also: really, Erik Spoelstra? Bad move on your part to leak that particular piece of info. I get what you’re trying to do. You’re trying to show that your guys care, that they’re not taking these losses lightly. But this is so counterproductive, it’s ridiculous. Your team, in addition to being labeled as a collection of front runners and traitors, will also now have to deal with the “crybaby” tag (Quick aside – who is the crier? Are there multiple criers? Just one guy weeping in the shower? I feel like these are fair questions to ask).

[Screengrab via Jose3030]

  • Redhotice78

    Lebron didnt hit a defended lay up all today, then Coach- you expect him to hit it for a game winner? No surprise, when I seen him start to drive I knew it was over. Bosh and Dwade were great, James average, Chalmers awesome, Mike Bibby stay on the bench for now. Cant ask for a better preformance this lose is on Spoelstra. Got to be a little more creative on offensive plays.

  • Greg

    That pic is from the 4th not today however.

  • Anonymous

    Yep – the picture is from the aforementioned Bosh presser, not from today’s reported locker room weep session.

  • Fansterheat

    This Team is going no where if the Coach doesn’t stand up and put a stop on the cockiness of certain players. This team is so predictable, Lebron with the same moves, wade with the same strategy and what about Libbi the savior, yeah right. As long as you say yes to lebron to anything you are cool in the team. If I was the owner of the heat I would give full empowerment to the coach to do what ever it takes to win. Letting Arroyo go was a mistake in my honest opinion but i guess carlos had a taste on what would happen if you outshine lebron.

  • 06wrx

    lebron average? what a joke and wade was great?? he hda 7 TURNOVERS how is that great

  • Mrap24

    the bulls are just better. Heat sold out for the big 3, and the rest of the team is terrible

  • Grj4546

    Thanks for your comment Mrs. Wade :)

  • MetalMike

    That’s why they’re known as Cryami.

  • COACH48094


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  • Cleanrides08

    fuck all of u bitchz shit happens miami loosing now they will start winning again and when they do they will be the favorites.miamis problem is there coach.hes so young he cant even grow out a beard yet bring pat riley in look at the pistons when they had larry brown the beat the lakers in 5 games and the year after they took the spurs to 7 and almost won back to back with average players.the reason they were great was cuz they had a coach.when flip saunders came in they won more games but kept losing in the playoffs to all you idiots its the coach.miami has to much talent to lose close games especialy when u have wade,bosh and lebron the coash isnt setting up the right plays

  • silk2011

    Hehehe…watch out those tears kid! Hehehe….

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