As expected, the Miami Heat were the most hated team in the universe this past NBA season. To their credit, the Heat came two wins away from the ultimate form of silencing the critics. As the season progressed it appeared as though Miami was embracing the role of the villain. Dwyane Wade openly stated that his team would not stop celebrating big plays while LeBron James somehow believed karma was out to get the Cavs.
Despite having clearly warmed up to the concept of being the bad guy, D-Wade says a lot of what the Heat had to endure throughout the season was “unfair.” What he means by that, I have no idea. However he did say it when ESPN 540 host Steve “The Homer” True asked him about his comments that everyone could be happy now that the Heat lost. Our friends over at I Am a GM shared the transcript with us via Sports Radio Interviews.
“At that point it was me,” Wade said. “It was unfair some of the stuff that we had to endure but we grew from it. That’s over with. We move on to whenever we play basketball again and we will be a different team.”
You can listen to the audio here. Unfortunately we don’t know what Wade meant because Homer missed a huge follow-up opportunity. He should have never let D-Wade say what the Heat had to go through was “unfair” without asking him what he means by that. Was it unfair that Dirk can still beat the Heat when he’s sick as a dog? Yeah, I guess you could argue that.Google+
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