Lebron Says What The Heat Went Through, Much Tougher Than Lakers Situation

Johnny Nunez

No one really talks about the Heat anymore.

That is what happens when the Villains win.  It isn’t much fun for the haters to hate anymore and the fans have nothing really to defend because they have the ring.

But, Lebron and the crew wants everyone to know, that no team had a tougher time dealing with the critics and expectations of greatness as they did.

Check out the quotes provided by Larry Brown Sports.

“No one will ever be able to compare what we went through,” James told the Miami Herald on Friday. “Even though they’re not winning and they’re losing a lot of games, it’s still nowhere near what we went through. Yeah, right. That level of magnitude was nowhere near where ours was two years ago. Nothing. Nothing compares to it.”

Wade agreed wholeheartedly.

“Because of everything that happened in 2010 with offseason signings, it was, automatically, just a lot of negative things that was said about us,” Wade said. “(Los Angeles) didn’t go through that at the beginning. They didn’t go through anything negative about bringing those guys together, so ours started off bad and it stayed bad for a while, and then we got better.”

The part Hairline and Wade left out was they are the ones who brought a lot of the attention on themselves.  It wasn’t us who had a WWE like introduction and said we would win 7 NBA Titles.

Sometimes you have to look in the mirror first.

2 thoughts on “Lebron Says What The Heat Went Through, Much Tougher Than Lakers Situation

  • The Heat brought a lot of the negative media attention on themselves. The Lakers didn’t host a big ass party where they declared they were going to win “not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5, not 6, not 7” titles…

  • I think you’re missing the point. If the Heat had not set the precedent about premature celebrations, the Lakers would have had the same style of introductions. It was a new concept at the time and Miami felt the fans would enjoy it. With hindsight, we now know it was a mistake. So to say “look in the mirror” is utter nonsense. They accepted their mistake, won a title, and are simply saying that level of scrutiny will never be experienced by any team, self inflicted or not.

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