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Late turnovers kill rally, keep Heat winless (0-3)

There are 31 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Nov 4, 2007, titled Late turnovers kill rally, keep Heat winless (0-3). In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

How low will it go? An 0-5 start certainly is possible, with the Spurs and Suns up next.

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Bassman

Miami, FL

#1 Nov 5, 2007
Cam and Wayne are behing this losing streak.
Its All About the U

Pompano Beach, FL

#2 Nov 5, 2007
0-5? We coud easily be 0-10 untill we play at home against ATL. Away games against Charlotte, NY and the revamped Sonics.

But I'm not panicking. I like how J-will is playing and the potential of Rickey Davis and D-Cook, though Dorrel Wright looks losr out their and always looks like hes playing 1 on 5.
WhyAreYouSuprise d

United States

#3 Nov 5, 2007
looks like the Heat is trying to emulate the Dolphins and with the Panthers sucking wind Florida sports teams are once again headed towards dismal seasons - of course this follows on the heels of the hapless Marlins andthefans lose once again.
Toast

Covington, LA

#4 Nov 5, 2007
They Suck like the Dolphins 0-8
Shaq sucks penny sucks, Wade is the only player.
Boogerman

Covington, LA

#5 Nov 5, 2007
You would think these guys could win a game even if thier old farts in walkers
nba analyst

Mansfield, OH

#6 Nov 5, 2007
At least they wised up and put in Quinn for the stretch run.
WhyAreYouSuprise d

United States

#7 Nov 5, 2007
why does the Heat need to wait for Wade to come back - can't they at least play some respectible BB and give some effort? I guess it's hard with all these pompous millionaires on the court.
iggy

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#8 Nov 5, 2007
They will struggle to make the playoffs
fluff

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 Nov 5, 2007
Predict they will not make the playoffs
Tee

AOL

#10 Nov 5, 2007
Is it possible to package Haslem and Wright for Artest? It is clear Wright is a waste, And while I like Haslem Blount looks like he could play the power forward position.
Go Team

Schaumburg, IL

#11 Nov 5, 2007
And we thought the Heat would win a game before the Dolphins do!
D Boston

Mebane, NC

#12 Nov 5, 2007
Okay. I have been very silent these past 3 games that the heat has lost, but now it is time for me to put in my opinion.
Here is my critique of the heat players

Shaq: Shaq worries me tremendously. He does not have any lift when he shoots the ball and he only jumps two inches of the ground whenever he grabs a rebound. Some one please give shaq a hybrid trainer who specializes in free throw shooting and how not to make stupid fouls.

Ricky Davis: Davis is talented, but this guy sometimes try to do to much at times. There was a couple of shots that he took in which I almost fell of my sofa in disbelief due to the horrific shot selection that her takes at times. He plays as some one who is trying to make the guiness book of world records for the most shots missed while having three defenders in his face. He gets in this frame of mind that he has to take a shot and ignores his open team mates.

J will: he has been playing really well. He has been aggressive and has made accurate shot selections. He has also made great decisions in passing the ball. So I ask myself. Why in the HELL is Quin doing on the floor running point at the most crucial part of the game. I do not have Pat Riley cell phone number so I would not no the answer to that.

Dorrel Wright: He is athletic and he makes open jumpers. I think that he has a lot more potential than what he is showing. I think he is going to be very solid after a few more games under his belt. My only concern about Dorrel that he lacks that killer instinct that d wade has. Maybe it will come in time.

Udonis Haslem. I think he has been a very solid player.(if you ignore his 5 for 20 shooting in game 2) He provides stability in all areas of the game. He just needs to make better decisions with the ball with his back to the basket. If he improves his post game, the heat will be alright.

D Cook: It amazes me how someone plays so well in game two and then plays so bad in game three. Never mind making the shots. He was having trouble even hitting the rim.
pat

Bagong Kalsada, Philippines

#14 Nov 5, 2007
I see a team coming together. Shaq is somewhat in a comfort zone right now but not much. Penny is slowly getting there and Dorell showed signs of becoming a big time player. I see better things ahead for the team.
Miami Guy

Hialeah, FL

#15 Nov 5, 2007
The streak continues!!!

Hurricanes 5-4 - very bad season
Heat 0-10 including preseason
Dolphins 0-8
Marlins second to last in NL

Last time a pro team (Marlins) won in S. Fl 09/30/2007!!!
eric the bee

Vero Beach, FL

#16 Nov 5, 2007
D Boston wrote:
Okay. I have been very silent these past 3 games that the heat has lost, but now it is time for me to put in my opinion.
Here is my critique of the heat players
Shaq: Shaq worries me tremendously. He does not have any lift when he shoots the ball and he only jumps two inches of the ground whenever he grabs a rebound. Some one please give shaq a hybrid trainer who specializes in free throw shooting and how not to make stupid fouls.
Ricky Davis: Davis is talented, but this guy sometimes try to do to much at times. There was a couple of shots that he took in which I almost fell of my sofa in disbelief due to the horrific shot selection that her takes at times. He plays as some one who is trying to make the guiness book of world records for the most shots missed while having three defenders in his face. He gets in this frame of mind that he has to take a shot and ignores his open team mates.
J will: he has been playing really well. He has been aggressive and has made accurate shot selections. He has also made great decisions in passing the ball. So I ask myself. Why in the HELL is Quin doing on the floor running point at the most crucial part of the game. I do not have Pat Riley cell phone number so I would not no the answer to that.
Dorrel Wright: He is athletic and he makes open jumpers. I think that he has a lot more potential than what he is showing. I think he is going to be very solid after a few more games under his belt. My only concern about Dorrel that he lacks that killer instinct that d wade has. Maybe it will come in time.
Udonis Haslem. I think he has been a very solid player.(if you ignore his 5 for 20 shooting in game 2) He provides stability in all areas of the game. He just needs to make better decisions with the ball with his back to the basket. If he improves his post game, the heat will be alright.
D Cook: It amazes me how someone plays so well in game two and then plays so bad in game three. Never mind making the shots. He was having trouble even hitting the rim.
couldn't agree more!
aldrim Castillo

Miami, FL

#17 Nov 5, 2007
dorell is looking better then before cant wait for dwade...

they used to call him flash but now he has to be the superman for the heat to get anywhere
dean

Atlanta, GA

#19 Nov 5, 2007
Toast wrote:
They Suck like the Dolphins 0-8
Shaq sucks penny sucks, Wade is the only player.
Don't forget the MARLINS.
RickyBlaque

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#20 Nov 5, 2007
I actually thought the Heat played better than they have so far this season in the fourth quarter. The problem is their lack of chemistry and that they made poor decisions in free agency, i.e., letting Kapono and Posey go and in the draft such as selling their second round picks. Take Smush Parker, for example. He had a meltdown under "mild mannered" Phil Jackson and still has not recovered. Wasted money. Daryl Strawberry was the 59th pick in the draft and is performing great for Phoenix. I know they missed out on the Laker's Javarris Crittenton but Strawberry would have been cheap help. Also, to add insult to injury, Jordan Farmar who the Lakers got with the Heat's pick in 2006 is vastly improved so far this season and the Heat only have a stop gap solution in Quinn. I think its beginning to look like Jerry Buss got the best of the Shaq deal because we only got two good years out of Shaq before his skills really started to diminish.
SAM

Atlanta, GA

#21 Nov 5, 2007
Don't spend your money on
MIA.sports...go to the beach!
Dumbfounded

Covington, LA

#22 Nov 5, 2007
Son of b.i.tch! even crappy teams can win a couple of games! 0-5 in preseason and winless in the regular season? Schleps, Shaq ain't pickin up the slack,he's worthless 20 million hasbeen.
What happened to south Florida teams 0-8 dolphins Heat winless Marlins suck,UM Blows!
It must be something in the water in Miami.
Can anyone in this freekin town win a gAME?
THIS IS LOSERVILLE! TOO MANY ILLEGALLS FARTS EFFECTING THE WEATHER OR SOMETHING! DA.MN!

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