Bulls infuriated by Heat late-game ti...

Bulls infuriated by Heat late-game timeout

There are 55 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Dec 26, 2008, titled Bulls infuriated by Heat late-game timeout. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

A seemingly innocuous timeout by Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra with 30.9 seconds to play in Friday's 90-77 victory over the Chicago Bulls apparently has added heat to the season's remaining three meetings.

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Miami, FL

#1 Dec 26, 2008
yawn. I like how Nocioni is quoted even though he tries to intentionaly arm players every game.

Miami, FL

#2 Dec 26, 2008

Clewiston, FL

#3 Dec 26, 2008
if they don;t like it then maybe they shouldn't lose by 10+ points
Fart Breath

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#4 Dec 26, 2008
Who cares...

Heat suck, they'll be lucky to go 42-40, make the playoffs and lose 4-0 to the Celtics in the first round...

GO GATORS!!! Soon to be champs next week baby....

UF 56
OU 7
Coram Cane

Freeport, NY

#5 Dec 26, 2008
I couldn't understand the timeout either. With 30 seconds to go the Bulls were going to just run the clock out so we should have as well. Don't think it was done maliciously but I can certainly understand the Bulls' frustration.

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#6 Dec 26, 2008
Wah Wah Wah. Nocioni......Grow a pair

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#7 Dec 26, 2008
"GO GATORS!!! Soon to be champs next week baby...."

Split Champs. After SC beats Penn St. by 30. Don't feel bad. They'd only beat UF by 21. So there, UF is better than Penn St by 9 points.

UF doesn't have the speed to play with SC. SEC was a slow conference this year. SC would shove the spread up Urban's a**.
Fart Breath

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#8 Dec 26, 2008
Whatever you say, Captain....

Urban Meyer is the epitome of college football coaching excellence, much in the same way Tim Tebow has completely revolutionized the QB position.

Face it, the Gators are not only the premier academic institution in the U.S., but we're also becoming untouchable in athletics.

Gator Nation baby...2009 NATIONAL CHAMPS!!!

Chomp Chomp...

Sorrento, FL

#9 Dec 26, 2008
i watched the game and wondered why the timeout also. but i figured with Wade still in the game they wanted him benched.

but according to this article they didn't bench wade, even though it seemed like they did?

pretty desperate to make a big deal out of this though

United States

#10 Dec 26, 2008
the heat are just that good,they can beat anybody

Since: Feb 08

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#11 Dec 26, 2008
Is there anybody out there besides me sick of seeing Lebron James and his hideous tatoos every where you look?


Fort Lauderdale, FL

#12 Dec 26, 2008
Yeah Great. Maybe if I wanted to study entomology I'd go to UF. Too bad common sense isn't something most UF grads I know could ever master.

Tebow has revolutionized the QB position much the same way Tony Rice and Turner Gill have done many years ago. They were quick, Tebow is just big. Let's talk about Gill and Rice's Hall of Fame pro careers.......Oh that's right they never had one.

Tebow's pro career will be just the same. Look on the bright side though. Maybe he'll get a job coaching Apopka Community College. That way you can still cheer for him the same way you do Wuerfal, Leak and Grossman (What a Stud he turned out to be).

Tebow is a freak show. He's not an NFL caliber QB. No matter how much he can beat up Mississippi St and Vandy, he won't amount to much above the college level, unless they make him TE.
concerned one

Stuart, FL

#13 Dec 26, 2008
it isn't the heat's fault, or the coach's fault. outlaw basketball, then there will be no bullpoop timeouts. no anger. basketball is the reason this happened. just like cars are the reason people die in car accidents.
Scott from Hollywood

Hollywood, FL

#14 Dec 26, 2008
I would rather see the starters on the bench at that point, instead on the court where any injury could happen. If the Heat wanted to infuriate the Bulls, it would of been done by scoring another basketball in attempt to run up the score some more.
Bill Buckner

Pompano Beach, FL

#15 Dec 26, 2008
Geeze, I wish the Red Sox had gotten me outta there in the 5th inning! Done deal...Mets still suck!


#16 Dec 26, 2008
waaaaahh. waaaaaaah. waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
Jose Cuervo

Roy, WA

#17 Dec 26, 2008
...so much for all this Derrick Rose is better than a) Michael Beasley, b) Mario Chalmers and even c) Dwyane Wade bs coming out of Chicago. :)
im a cop

Pompano Beach, FL

#18 Dec 26, 2008
wahhhhh wahhhhh over paid gorillas

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#19 Dec 27, 2008
Beasley and Chalmers...Gonna be REAL GOOD for a loooooong time.SCREW the bulls and Rose....D WADE IS THE MAN!!!!!!!! Oh,and go FINS!!!!!!
native son

Orlando, FL

#20 Dec 27, 2008
Fart Breath wrote:
Who cares...
Heat suck, they'll be lucky to go 42-40, make the playoffs and lose 4-0 to the Celtics in the first round...
GO GATORS!!! Soon to be champs next week baby....
UF 56
OU 7
typical gator response, has to turn a Miami Heat message board into UF?? Please go away!!

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