During Fizdale’s eight years with the Heat, he helped…

During Fizdale’s eight years with the Heat, he helped James win two championships. He recently appeared as a guest on ESPN’s Mike & Mike and spoke about what James was like off the court when the world isn’t watching. According to Fizdale, James really does care about everyone from the head coach to the guy on end of the bench.
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“Russ don’t really do the convincing,” Anthony said Monday, with a laugh. “He came to New York and played pickup at my gym. I saw him in Paris at fashion week. Me and Russ became closer and closer over the years. He was a big part, he was a big reason why I wanted to come here. To see his loyalty to the city, to this organization, what he was able to do on the court — I wanted to be a part of that.
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“Adding PG was just another reason why I wanted to come here,” Anthony continued. “Our relationship, our friendship, our respect for one another as basketball players was the reason that I wanted to play alongside him and have an opportunity to compete for a championship and kind of just bring some more energy — not like this city needs any more energy, but it’s a different energy, a different focus, a different motivation that myself have, Paul has and Russ has, being that we haven’t won a championship yet in our career, and we see that, and that’s our ultimate goal.”
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“I don’t think the fans will have anything bad to say because I think they understand. They’re very educated. They understand what it’s like playing in New York. For me, I feel like I’ve embraced all of those challenges playing in New York. There are times in sports where everybody has to go their separate ways, and there are no hard feelings,” Anthony said. “There’s no bad blood between myself and that organization or anybody over there. But I’m here now, and I would like to close that chapter and begin this new chapter.”
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