So what's the '4cast' for the Heat?
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#1 Jun 23, 2013
People were calling for Chris Bosh to be traded, but that's not going to happen. Not going to happen because, first of all, it would have to happen with LeBron James' blessing. And for LeBron to want his friend, Bosh, to be traded, would be akin to Judas betraying Jesus.....I'm just saying. The Heat definitely need a REAL center to replace Bosh, but Bosh just needs to be moved to power forward. Not that Pat Riley, or the Heat owner, asked me, but these are the players that I definitely think should remain with the team. But, then again, I don't know the 'economics' of whatever decisions they end up making: You gotta' keep: LeBron James, Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, Mario Chalmers, Chris 'the Birdman' Anderson, and Shane Battier. After that, who knows. I don't think they should offer the Birdman a 'chickenfeed'(no pun intended) bottom-of-the-barrel contract. The Birdman isn't just a crowd favorite, next to LeBron and Wade, of course, but he's a REAL force to be reckoned with. His defense, his rebounds, his dunks, his put-backs. I'm just saying, you gotta' keep the Birdman.
#2 Jun 23, 2013
Over who the hell cares, sports are stupid and people like you who care about so much are morons. Go get a life! And no, I'm not going to revisit this thread to find out what you say to me in response.
#3 Jun 23, 2013
After the Heat won the NBA Championship last year, the brotha' with the weird-looking eyeglasses asked him what did people say about him that hurt the most. LeBron said 'That I was selfish.' He said THAT hurt more than anything else. Well you know what?? Ignorant people just don't REALIZE that there's a big difference between a 'selfish basketball player' and a 'world-class facilitator', which James has proven himself to be. But here's the next question: If Bosh opts out after next year, or if Wade decides that his knees need to 'retire' after next year, will LeBron's heart remain in.....South Beach?? I'm already hearing rumors of James 'taking his talents to California' after next season. Well, you know, before James left Cleveland, people were saying that he wanted to leave for a 'bigger market'. So, see, the REAL question is 'Is LeBron 'committed' to the Miami Heat, or is he 'committed' to the marketability of...his name, his image and his products?? So would that be L.A.?? If James leaves for a bigger market like, say, Los Angeles, will he be booed every time his new team comes to Miami? Why should they boo him, if that was the case?? I mean, he's come to Miami and took them to the Finals in each of the years he's been there! I'm just saying, it's his life, his.........decision. Personally, I think LeBron should stay in Miami instead of hopping around from team to team just to look for a bigger market for himself and his products. I mean, now THAT would be....SELFISH. And the way the Caviler fans have booed him since he left, I don't think he should ever play for the Cavs again. And if Dan Gilbert had showed more CLASS, that would have helped as well.
#4 Jun 23, 2013
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