That was a good call, Wade got arm on that last Utah play. It might have been a bad no call on Wade drives before that play though, but come on, look at the ft discrepancy:
Bosh really is the odd man out in the team, dude is lost out there, the Utah bigs bullied him. The Heat is clearly Wades team. I think he scored all the basket in OT and the final few minutes of the 4th including that dunk and switching from right to left hand with that hook shot. LBJ disappeared.
Utah did great considering DWill was fouled out. At one point in that game, Milsap score 11 points in 28 seconds.
Celtics needs a center. Perkins is out, Shaq is hurt and so it Jermaine. Davis is also hurting. W/o any reliable bigs outside of KG, they'll get destroyed in the post and I don't think they'll even make the finals.
8 games in the season and it'll be if this is true:
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh make up the Big Three of Miami..but word coming from my Miami tipster is Pat Riley is not very impressed with Chris Bosh..Bosh has averaged a measly 14 pts and five rebounds and his interior toughness is in serious question..My source goes on to tell me that Riley would consider moving Bosh if he could get a decent big man in return..someone that plays more like Joakim Noah or Anderson Varejao..a total energy guy to compliment LeBron and Wade's scoring..Obviously those two guys aren't available at the moment..especially Noah who will be in Chicago for years to come..I always suspected Bosh's stats were inflated by him playing in Toronto..Sure he's an All-Star caliber player..but not the All-Star that will help the Heat win in the Playoffs..Maybe this is all hearsay..but I wouldn't doubt Pat Riley is trying to win this year, and wouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger on a trade if he thought it would better his team...
Heat veteran Udonis Haslem addressed the hard fouls the Heat have been receiving recently -- "We're not going to always be getting the flagrant fouls. We're going to be giving "˜em, too...I just haven't had a chance to catch nobody yet."
The sentiment was echoed by LeBron James, who said, "Teams are being a little bit chippy with us. Maybe we need to do the same." Opposing teams are literally giving Miami their best shot so far this season, but these comments may only increase the referees' scrutiny of the Heat.
Why is Haslem not suspended for being so dumb and saying that shit? Dude practically threatens to hurt or commit a flagrant foul on a player, Stern better step up and do something. These guy act like they do not get to the line when they shot more than double the amount of free throws against Utah.
And as usual, Lebron does what he does best, talk.