Miami Heat: The Puerile Nature Of LeBron Bosh and Wade May Hurt Their Chances

January 18th, 2011 by Shehan Jeyarajah Leave a reply »
When the Big Three came together this offseason, it appeared that they would come and take championships for years to come. Ever since then, it seems that the perception of the team has gotten worse and worse.

They still have perhaps the top players at each of the big three's positions in the league, but their championship mentality has really come into question. Teams with the best players don't always win the title.


At a charity event held by Alonzo Mourning, Dwyane Wade said, "There's going to be times when we might lose one, two games in a row, maybe two games, three games in a row, you never know. It's going to seem like the world is crashed down. You all are going to make it seem like the World Trade has just went down again. But it's not going to be nothing but a couple basketball games lost and we'll have to get back on track."

Wade was highly criticized for even comparing coverage of the Miami Heat to the September 11th attacks. I agree, it's inappropriate to try and compare coverage of your team losing a game to the worst terrorist attack in American history. Wade later apologized.

However Wade is not ...

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