Erik Spoelstra: LeBron James, Dwyane Wade Playing a Game of Sabotage?

November 30th, 2010 by Todd Kaufmann Leave a reply »
“I’m not going to say he’s ‘my guy,’ but he’s my coach."

Normally, when players are asked about a teammate or a coach, that respective player will say whatever he can in support of that person. They'll give you the line that you'd expect to hear from any other player in any other sport.

Unfortunately, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade decided he was going to go in another direction. In an article from Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, the columnist quoted Wade when he was asked about his head coach, Erik Spoelstra.

Just when the media in the room thought Wade would say what every other athlete normally says in this situation, they got the exact opposite and it opened a lot of eyes. It may have made others wonder, "what did he just say?"

Since the beginning of the season, there have been rumors about the "Big Three" being unhappy about having Spoelstra as their head coach instead of Pat Riley. But, every time Riley is asked about coming back down from the front office to the bench, Riley continues to say he's not going to do that.

Well, apparently that hasn't been good enough for the two big s ...

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