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Friday, October 24, 2014

Baltimore Ravens take shot at Miami Heat for their modest victory parade

LeBron-James-Larry-O'Brien-trophyThe Miami Heat held their second victory parade in two years on Monday, and let’s just say it wasn’t exactly the 2004 Boston Red Sox World Series parade. The Heat are known for having some of the worst bandwagon fans in the country, so it would be shocking to see millions of them lining the streets to applaud their team for doing something it just did a year ago.

They NFL and NBA may have nothing to do with each other, but the Baltimore Ravens decided to take a shot at the Heat with a photo on the team’s official Twitter account Tuesday afternoon.

I think context is important here. The image they showed from the Heat parade looks like it’s on a main drag, and the camera is zoomed out further. The Ravens also showed a shot of their stadium, which is obviously going to be packed during a victory celebration.

Nevertheless, Heat fans deserve the criticism. Many of them walked out on their team during Game 6 and missed an epic comeback because of it, which is something they will never live down. But having a more loyal fan base than the Heat is kind of like being the fastest kid at fat camp. It’s not really something you should be bragging about.



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