Heat discusses deal for Pietrus -- So...

Heat discusses deal for Pietrus -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com

There are 47 comments on the SouthFlorida.com story from Jul 20, 2007, titled Heat discusses deal for Pietrus -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com. In it, SouthFlorida.com reports that:

After missing out on several free-agent point guards, the Heat hopes for better results in acquiring Golden State forward Mickael Pietrus.

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dude

Hollywood, FL

#43 Jul 25, 2007
Tmacin wrote:
Peitrus would be huge for the running HEAT. Watch Cwebb end up in Miami too in a desperate move. Either way. Pray for Health. If healthy, Miami can still kick butt. Riley, if he is still at the helm come october, will have to make sure he balances Wades/SHaq's vacation time well during the season. If he does that well, Heat can still be in it.
Vacation time?
Tmacin

Lincolnshire, IL

#44 Jul 25, 2007
dude wrote:
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Vacation time?
Ok..some call it Injury time or regrouping time.......but I call it vacation time.
dude

Hollywood, FL

#45 Jul 25, 2007
Tmacin wrote:
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Ok..some call it Injury time or regrouping time.......but I call it vacation time.
You acutally thought those times when they had injuries they were on vacation??
Tmacin

Lincolnshire, IL

#46 Jul 26, 2007
dude wrote:
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You acutally thought those times when they had injuries they were on vacation??
That is what I and many NBA associates call it. lol...I know, I might sound a little offensive but you know....they are hurt yes..but they let them take a huge break to so that they can come back hard for the playoff run. We all know that SHaq cannot play the full season anymore and they would not let Wade get hurt come playoff time. They have done that 2yrs in a row. ESPN calls it "Shaq's bench time". But its a fact. This year Riley took time off too. lol..
Its true and it works. This time it backfired.
skip

Denver, CO

#47 Aug 14, 2007
alston wants to return to miami and i think he would be a good fit with this team..he can defend and run the team,yes he needs to improve on field goal%but he can hit the three when needed...played all games for houston last year and thats what riley needs
Tmacin

Lincolnshire, IL

#48 Aug 15, 2007
Rafer is a huge turnover prone guy. He can be good off the bench but thats it. Miami cannot depend on him delivering for wade and shaq. This guy can become a huge ball hog too. But with Riley you just never know. He can help the bench.
red skelton

Petersburg, IN

#49 Sep 17, 2007
dolphindaddy76 wrote:
trade Quinn and a 2009 1st rounder to houston for Rafer Alston (with their logjam @ PG)
Heresy! Quinn is the glue that hold's this team together. They never could have won the title without knowing he would be there the next year. Chris Quinn is almost as good as Baron Davis, and he just signed a fifty mil extension. Alston was arrested for something.

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