Williams to be counted on early

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xman

Dover, FL

#1 Oct 23, 2007
This preseason was not about winning so who cares if they even keep score. The important thing is to scratch up some young talent that will develop into players as the season progresses. I like the approach they have taken. Those young , rough around the edges, athletic players will suddenly look a lot different with Shaq, DWade, JWill, and company pulling the defense away from them. This is our only hope for making this team better.
according to me

New York, NY

#2 Oct 23, 2007
That's true Xman. Also, wouldn't be surprised to see an early deal or two based on how the other teams settle into their rotations. Think alot of teams will be dealing.
nba analyst

United States

#3 Oct 23, 2007
Chris Quinn He's the man!
steve

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Oct 23, 2007
I havent been able to see the games, but from the scores and such I hope Chase and Joel Anthony make the team. Anyone that saw the game know how Chase looked on defense?
poofter

United States

#5 Oct 23, 2007
Chase looked like alittle furry ball of wax covered chocolates with green onions glued to his cape, which flowed magestically behind his prehensile tail.
skeezix

United States

#6 Oct 23, 2007
on defense,Chase looked like a Martian space probe about ready to get silly mad nutty "Let's go crazy" on whoever had the ball!
Aaron

Suitland, MD

#7 Oct 23, 2007
does that mean chase played good defense?
Alden Gonzalez

Gainesville, FL

#8 Oct 23, 2007
J-Will is looking good. A lot of people don't recognize that when he was healthy -- when he first came to the Heat -- he led the league in assist-to-turnover ratio. He seems more committed and inspired than ever this year, and I think he'll be good.

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Da Truth on DA HEAT

United States

#9 Oct 23, 2007
The HEAT will suck this season and will not make the playoffs. They are back to a .500 team, with an aging Shaq, an injury prone Williams and nothing more of a back up Mourning. Wade CAN NOT do it by himself. Lets hope he stays fit.
Martin Dinh

Sydney, Australia

#10 Oct 23, 2007
Riley certainly knows his stats, 76% my geez he knows.
terry saunders

Waterbury, CT

#11 Oct 23, 2007
starting line up should be williams / smush / haslem/shaq/a johnson off the bench / zo/ walker/ penny/ wright /c quin give quin a shot he's better than wright.
Harrison Brown

Warren, NJ

#12 Oct 25, 2007
J is thebest PG in the NBA!!!!And he is from west virgina, where I 'm from. i am 11 and have sometimes the same problem getting to the basket. I need to work harder. Jason Williams is the greatist!!!!!!!!!!
Rashead

Annapolis, MD

#13 Oct 25, 2007
J.Williams is a true point guard. Very underated. The key to the team is JWill.

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