And as much as Pat Riley probably will hope I’m referring to the weather there when he reads this, I’m not.
The Miami Heat SUCK. Plain and simple. They suck last year when they were eliminated from the playoffs in the first goddamn round. And in this 2007-08 NBA basketball season, guess what, they’ll probably suck even worse.
In what should’ve been a tune-up for NBA teams, the NBA preseason sure was ice cold to the Heat (pardon the pun…) as they went on, running aimlessly on the court to put up, get this, NO WINS WHATSOEVER. Hee hee…
Yes, the Miami Heat just kept on losing in preparation for the NBA season and although the preseason has no indication whatsoever on how the team will do when the regular season officially starts, it does give you a clear idea what to expect.
Miami Heat head coach Pat Riley, (yes, the sick fuck decided to coach yet again…) don’t have any answers whatsoever of what’s wrong with his team. In one preseason loss, Riley said he was looking for the right combination on the court and he found none.
”I’m still trying to find something I can go with,” Pat Riley said before the Heat’s 104-98 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum, one of many preseason losses Miami had coming to the regular season.
”You tune up when you’ve got all your pistons and sparkplugs in there. We don’t.”
Oh yeah, the Miami Heat sure has a lot of ”missing sparkplugs” alright. For starters, they lost all their centers to injuries. That’s starter Shaquille O’Neal who is out with injured quadriceps, backup Alonzo Mourning out with a foot injury and third-string center Michael Doleac, who’ll probably not be playing even if he’s as healthy as a horse, is out with a hip injury.
Wayne Simien is also out with a knee injury and perhaps the most significant of all, Dwyane Wade is still trying to reattach his shoulder after my boy, Shane Battier, knocked it loose in Houston last season.
Who will win the NBA title in the 2007-08 NBA basketball season? AcesAce Sportsbook has the odds.
San Antonio Spurs EVEN +350
Cleveland Cavaliers EVEN +1,300
Boston Celtics EVEN +450
Detroit Pistons +1,000
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