Nets add to Miami's season of woe, be...

Nets add to Miami's season of woe, beat Heat 94-85

There are 2 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jan 31, 2008, titled Nets add to Miami's season of woe, beat Heat 94-85. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Richard Jefferson scored 25 points, Josh Boone added 15 and the New Jersey Nets snapped a seven-game road losing streak by beating the Miami Heat 94-85 on Friday night.

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Jimbeam

Miami, FL

#1 Feb 2, 2008
We are officially in the lead. In the lead for lottery balls. That is all that matters. If you can't be the best of the best, be the worst of the worst. We can turn it around next year, look at the 96-97 year, the Spurs had injuries and had their one really bad year and ended up with Tim Duncan, last one bad year was the foundation for them winning 3 championships in 5 years, if we get M. Beasly or D. Rose in the offseason, match them with Wade, and a prize FA in 2 1/2 years, either Lebron, Amare or Bosh, and thats 3 superstars on one team. Even next year with Wade and a high pick, we should be able to turn it around, add a mid-level FA in the office season and maybe trade Davis or Williams before the deadline for someone one to help us next year and we can compete next year. For this season, stick a fork in them. Let Wade and Shaq heal for next year and lets win the battle for lottery balls. GO HEAT
The Real Reality

Miami, FL

#2 Feb 2, 2008
Jimbeam wrote:
We are officially in the lead. In the lead for lottery balls. That is all that matters. If you can't be the best of the best, be the worst of the worst. We can turn it around next year, look at the 96-97 year, the Spurs had injuries and had their one really bad year and ended up with Tim Duncan, last one bad year was the foundation for them winning 3 championships in 5 years, if we get M. Beasly or D. Rose in the offseason, match them with Wade, and a prize FA in 2 1/2 years, either Lebron, Amare or Bosh, and thats 3 superstars on one team. Even next year with Wade and a high pick, we should be able to turn it around, add a mid-level FA in the office season and maybe trade Davis or Williams before the deadline for someone one to help us next year and we can compete next year. For this season, stick a fork in them. Let Wade and Shaq heal for next year and lets win the battle for lottery balls. GO HEAT
Hey I agree let Wade and Shaq heal for next year. This could be a blessing in disguise. Shaq and Wade are both beat up. When Wade healthy we no what he is capable of and even at this stage in his career we know what Shaq is capable of when healthy, if not ask Duncan, Amare, Yao, and Howard. But I must say dont hold your breath on players you name above as being free agents they wont leave their teams where they are the focal points of their franchises.

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