Heat Q&A with Ira Winderman

Q: How bad has the officiating been for Shaq the last couple weeks? A. "No different. Full Story
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roberto herrera

United States

#1 Mar 22, 2007
who's "heat"?, does this person has a name?
Killer

Miami, FL

#2 Mar 22, 2007
Ira--

First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.

To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.

Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.

Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wae went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.

Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing. The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
Joe

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#3 Mar 22, 2007
What’s the deal with Wayne Simien. It seems like a year away form playing due to "salmonella poisoning" is a little far fetched. Was he just a bust of a pick?
Ira

United States

#4 Mar 22, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wae went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing. The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
.
I'll try
A LOVING MOTHER

Tallahassee, FL

#5 Mar 22, 2007
I love the Heat, 15 STRONG!!!
Chris

Ossining, NY

#6 Mar 22, 2007
A. "The Heat certainly will be on pins and needles, since the shoulder could pop out at any time. The suggestion here would be to have James Posey run alongside at all times to pop it back into place when needed.

Posey pop it back into place when needed?
yahuranidiot

United States

#7 Mar 22, 2007
Joe wrote:
What’s the deal with Wayne Simien. It seems like a year away form playing due to "salmonella poisoning" is a little far fetched. Was he just a bust of a pick?
nah its for real it can really be problem for a long period of time and anyways i doubt he would be considered a bust esp. since hes like a haslem except with a better shot.
JC Brioso

Gainesville, FL

#8 Mar 22, 2007
I think D Wade will be back and we can repeat if the players play with the passion and intensity they are with now (including shaq, hopefully he doesn't become lazy when Wade comes back casue I love The big fella). But no matter what, The roster needs change even with another ship, Payton and Mourning are gone, and Antoine needs to go, Giving all that up, don't you think we can make a jump and Chauncey Billups or preferably Vince Carter, Imagine the threesome of Carter, wade, and shaq, along with J will running the show and Udonis doing the dirty work, best starting five in the game don't you think?
baller

United States

#9 Mar 23, 2007
no no and no carter is a cancer to any team and also takes 90 shots per game to score 20 points,never happen...billups would be someone riley covets,aged veteran that can still play,maybe to expensive though
joshs brother

New York, NY

#10 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue hell are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?

Limit DWright's opportunities, MY AZZ!! This is a TEAM-GAME and when Walker is out there(for example) and Wright is out there, Walker(if he has the ball) has to decide who gives the best chance to get a score....Wright's jumper is still inconsistant and his ball-handling skills leave much to be desired; that is something that Walker/GP take into account, too.

It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).

And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.[QUOTE]

>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?

A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY-AZZ Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.

[QUOTE] The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.

Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.

and GO HEAT!
joshs brother

New York, NY

#11 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue heck are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?

Limit DWright's opportunities, MY BUTT!! This is a TEAM-GAME and when Walker is out there(for example) and Wright is out there, Walker(if he has the ball) has to decide who gives the best chance to get a score....Wright's jumper is still inconsistant and his ball-handling skills leave much to be desired; that is something that Walker/GP take into account, too.

It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).

And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.[QUOTE]

>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?

A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.

[QUOTE] The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.

Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.

and GO HEAT!
joshs brother

New York, NY

#12 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue heck are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?

Limit DWright's opportunities, MY BUTT!! This is a TEAM-GAME and when Walker is out there(for example) and Wright is out there, Walker(if he has the ball) has to decide who gives the best chance to get a score....Wright's jumper is still inconsistant and his ball-handling skills leave much to be desired; that is something that Walker/GP take into account, too.

It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).

And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
joshs brother

New York, NY

#13 Mar 23, 2007
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.[QUOTE]

>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?

A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.

[QUOTE] The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.

Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.

and GO HEAT!
joshs brother

New York, NY

#14 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue heck are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?

Limit DWright's opportunities, MY BUTT!! This is a TEAM-GAME and when Walker is out there(for example) and Wright is out there, Walker(if he has the ball) has to decide who gives the best chance to get a score....Wright's jumper is still inconsistant and his ball-handling skills leave much to be desired; that is something that Walker/GP take into account, too.

It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).

And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
josh

New York, NY

#15 Mar 23, 2007
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.[QUOTE]

>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?

A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.

[QUOTE] The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.

Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.

and GO HEAT!
joshs brother

New York, NY

#16 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue heck are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?
It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).
And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.[QUOTE]
>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?
A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.
[QUOTE] The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.
Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.
and GO HEAT!
joshs brother

New York, NY

#17 Mar 23, 2007
Killer wrote:
Ira--
First, as a former basketball player and reporter,it appears to me that both Payton and Walker try to limit Dorell Wright's opportunities. In short, they rarely pass the ball to him even when that's the obvious move. Guess this would be because Wright takes their playing time, and because both have psychological problems.
>>> What in the blue heck are you talking about? First off, let me say that I am also a former b-ball player.....see? I can LIE like you. Now that said, you're an ignorant chicken-wuss for thinking that they don't pass wright the ball. First off, did you see that nice pass Walker made TO Dorrell for a reverse dunk in the win over the Jazz?? Gee....*that* sure didn't look like a player who doesn't want a teammate to succeed, now does it?

It seems YOU'RE THE ONE with the Psychological Problems, dude. That, and you are a liar and don't know ANYTHING about the game of basketball(T-E-A-M basketball, that is).

And one more thing, you say they rarely pass him the ball 'cause wright would take their playing time?*buzz* WRONG! Wright is NOT a PF(Walker is)....Wright is NOT a PG(GP is). Thanks for playing, genius.
To some extent,it seems Shaq and Wade are aware of this.
>>> Oh really? And if, pray tell, they *are* aware of this, why haven't there been any reports of it? You know that this would constitute "chemistry issues" which the local media would eat up in a second, don't you? In other words, you are a LIAR. NEXT!
Second, it also appears that Payton and Walker generally try to set up each other as much as possible.
>>> Well THAT is understandable....I mean THEY PLAYED TOGETHER IN BOSTON FOR GOD'S SAKE!! HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN THAT, MORON????
Third, you need to address more directly the effect that Wade's refusal to play good defense has on the team--how it sets the tone for the rest of the team. It's not surprising, for example, that Posey's defense looks rejuvenated since Wade went out and now that he can feed off E. Jones similar effort.
>>> But you also forget that Wade has had to concentrate more on doing it all on OFFENSE and would get tired if he had to do it all on DEFENSE. Hopefully with the way the TEAM is doing now on Defense, Wade won't have as much difficulty as he might have had before. We'll just have to wait and see...
Seriously, a good reporter would ask Shaq off the record about the Payton/Walker--Wright thing.
>>> And Shaq is going to say there's NO problem at all. What are you talking about? Where's your proof? How did you draw up THAT conclusion? Do you even know the actual relationship between them?

A "Good Reporter" would think about these questions before considering what you're considering. So I guess you're a LOUSY Reporter then. Which explains why you're a FORMER Reporter, huh? I thought so.
The Heat is going to need good spot performances from Wright in the playoffs, and anything Payton and Walker do to undermine Wright is a big problem.
>>> Don't forget that Walker and GP shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll, okay? YOU ARE SUCH A WRIGHT-HOMER, IT'S DISGUSTING. The only one that could fathomably undermine Wright is PAT RILEY. Walker and GP cannot and will not do what you are accusing them of. You're forgetting that Shaq would immediately take care of things if crap like that occurs.

Bottom line : your entire case is Wright-Homerish and waaay off-base. GO HOME.

and GO HEAT!
milano 112

Senegal

#18 Mar 24, 2007
what do you rather like ? a championship ring at the end of the year for shaq or 50 points every night and one round trip for kobe ?
Javier

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#19 Mar 26, 2007
Once Alonso Mourning get's back into the groove, do you think the Heat will use both him and Shaq at the same time, that way, when they double,triple, and quadruple on Shaq, Zo is right there for the easy point?
Javier

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#20 Mar 26, 2007
Once Dwayne get's back to business *hopefully* in the playoffs, how do you see the team adjusting to his presence on the court. Do you think they will continue to play that hard defense style, and also, do you think Shaq's recent *stepping up* performance will continue? How will all this also affect the likes of E.Jones and James Posey?

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