Miami Heat's season ends in Game 7 fi...

Miami Heat's season ends in Game 7 first-round loss to Hawks

There are 24 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from May 3, 2009, titled Miami Heat's season ends in Game 7 first-round loss to Hawks. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The game was over. The season was over. Udonis Haslem sat at his final locker of the year and said what a bad day it was to have a bad day.

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Hialeah, FL

#21 May 4, 2009
Slim wrote:
I disagree, Atlanta has a more balanced team. They will put up a better fight against the Cavs.
Anyways, Wade's ego would not allow Lebron to show him up, so he would probably get mysteries back spasms and mail it in.
There you are again...the Wade-hating
sphincter eater...why don't you go post on an Atlanta paper, you stinkin' nutsack.

Hialeah, FL

#22 May 4, 2009
Hey Slim Jim from Placentia...or is it Placenta...what's your beef with Wade? Did he pork your old lady on a West Coast trip? Did your old man blow your college fund in Vegas betting on the Heat. LOSER!

Boca Raton, FL

#23 May 4, 2009
Ronald wrote:
No need to panic.
Beasley needs to lock himself up in a weighroom during the first half of the summer and spend the second half developping his low post game both on defense and offense.
Chalmers just needs minor improvements accross the board.
Cook just needs to keep improving.
We need a center and O'neal may not be it at his price tag... especially with his health concerns
Agreed, if Beasley improves over the next 2 years which there's no reason he won't, he'll be unstoppable. O'Neal's contract is up after next year, he'll be gone. So hopefully he's healthy enough next year to help during the season, which he will. Chalmers will improve. I don't know about Cook, I like him, but I think with the matchups against Atlanta there was really no where to play him. Should have went small earlier, just bomb 3's, you could see the double digit defecit coming. But, Spoelstra did better than I thought, and all in all it was a fun season. Hate to see it end!

Orlando, FL

#24 May 4, 2009
cedarious thomas wrote:
sure we may have loss to atlanta 98-71 in gave seven, but dwayne wade and udonis haslem still has what joe johnson,josh smith, and mike bibby wants, that championship.i'm pretty sure spolestra has future references for the miami heat as well as dwayne wade. so i wish the heat well in the future and good luck to atlanta.
That was one of the classiest post I have ever read, sort of put it all in perspective. Thanks

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