To each his own. I can’t comment on what they look like because I haven’t watched since Rose went down. Noah will be out of game 5 from what I’m hearing.
wow wow wow- hold the keyboard- you haven’t watched since Rose went down??????? some confusion here Slim.... Noah will be out from what I’m hearing?????? so we aren’t watching the game?? hmmmmmm......
And you point out by stats they should be winning- absolutely they should be winning- but they aren’t- that’s the definition of lack of heart-
As soon as Rose went down they decided mentally they can’t win it all- they can’t be the heat- which is stupid since they have beat the heat without Rose… but they shouldn’t be worried about that- they should be worried playing the team they are currently playing- end of story!!!!!!!!!
And look at what happened to them- who knows- maybe other teams will suffer injuries? maybe Lebron does go down? maybe others as well-
Sorry but it’s a pathetic display of basketball and THE ENTIRE TEAM SHOULD APOLOGIZE TO THEIR FANS FORKING OUT BIG BUCKS TO WATCH A TEAM PLAY WITH NO HEART- SOMETHING THEY CAN CONTROL SLIM!!!!!
Absolutely fuckin’ pathetic- if you guys want to sit around and suck the dick and say everything is great here in Chicago sports fine… peace be out- Toko go smoke- we use to call people and teams out on this shit back in the day… during the good times… where this place was fun and interesting- lost our way....
Since during the regular season they’re not on TV that much, I got into the habit of following them via radio, listening to Chuck and Bill. I continued this about half way through Game 1. I saw Rose go down.
Now athletes (and former athletes) tend to be more than a bit superstitious. That includes me. So I went back to Chuck and Bill, then I watched Noah go down. As a result I neither watched nor listened, but followed via ESPN’s scoreboard. It’s not that I’m a fair weather fan. To the contrary, I’ve always been a die-hard. Hell, I was at the Mother’s Day playoff game against the Warriors at the old Stadium in the Conference Finals with the Bulls leading 3-2 in 1975.
So lighten up.