Dwyane Wade Comments on Bulls Fans Booing During Loss vs. Bucks

December 21st, 2016 by Joseph Zucker Leave a reply »

After a 113-82 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Monday, one might have expected Dwyane Wade to be in a good mood. Instead, Wade took exception to Chicago Bulls fans who booed the team last Friday night at the United Center after it fell to the Milwaukee Bucks, 95-69, for its third straight loss.

CSN Chicago's Vincent Goodwill shared Wade's comments:

I'm an honest guy. I was very disappointed our fans booed us. We're trying to figure it out. We win home games against Cleveland, San Antonio. And then we get our butts kicked against Milwaukee. I don't think we deserved to get booed. We're out here trying. I'd like to see more patience and more support from everybody. Like I said at the beginning of the year, we're not winning a championship today. We're not winning a championship tomorrow. We got stages and levels to get where we want to get to. And everyone gotta understand that.

It's easy to see where Wade is coming from. Despite the embarrassing 26-point loss to Milwaukee, Chicago is 14-13 this year and sitting sixth in the Eastern Conference.

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