Postseason here, but much of Heat isn't

Postseason here, but much of Heat isn't

There are 26 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Apr 21, 2007, titled Postseason here, but much of Heat isn't. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

CHICAGO The one you don't know, the one named Thabo Sefolosha, or "Thabs," or "Sef," or "Losh" or "whatever anyone wants to call me," he says -- he threw the longest arms in Switzerland at Dwyane Wade.

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A reall sports fan

Hollywood, FL

#21 Apr 22, 2007
Why can't you all face the facts for what they are?
The Bulls had more energy, team spirit, killing instinct, and they simply kept the Heat out of the game.
Heat players were bad because the Bulls played great defense, transition, and offense.
I am a Heat fan, but c'mon, stop creating excuses...

Campbell, CA

#22 Apr 22, 2007
worst officiated game i've ever seen. Joey Crawfor style! Technical Foul on posey? why? offensive fouls on flops? no goal tending? those refs suck. hope Hinrich gets suspended for throwing his mouthpiece because Haslem was suspended last year for doing the same.

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#23 Apr 22, 2007
Granted the Heat did not play well, but neither did the Bulls. The only ones who "played" were the refs. Common people, that had to be the most one sided calling of a game since, well, the last time the Heat played. Shaq's first three fouls were clearly flops by the other actors. Even the guys announcing the game were critical of them. And, clearly Jone's layup was a goal-tend. Oh, did anyone besides the ref stand right on top of Jones see him get thrown to the floor...the TV audience did. No way the Heat came over come this abserd NBA Refs. The Heat will win in six, but they just can't be near the acting of the Bulls on either defense or offense...not sure how anyone can accomplish that feat!

New York, NY

#24 Apr 23, 2007
WOW!!!! Its amazing when I read this, even the columnist make excuses for the Heat's poor play. Face it this team is fractured. O'Neal stupidly trying to draw charges and the charge called for trying to go throw Ben was 100% warranted. He can't just lower and swing his elbows through the defenders jaw. I liked Eddie's play, very encouraging numbers for the rest of the series.
A real sports fan

Pompano Beach, FL

#25 Apr 23, 2007
Why are you upset about the "other actors flops". Wade and Posey are master in that art, and nobosy ever complaint...
Jimmy Buffet

United States

#26 Apr 24, 2007
Deng played extremely well and his teammates were very hungry and tough. But watch out for the heat to play very well tonight after a tough loss. Riley is a master mind when it comes to these important games.

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