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“I expect to be in the playoffs every year from now on,” Bosh told Yahoo Sports. “We want it. After my ordeal last year, it’s a lot easier grinding it out, having a good time, playing out your dreams. It’s tough, but it’s a lot of glory in it. That’s what we’re about. People remember your name. And for me personally, it’s a chance to write our legacy without Bron, to be honest.”
“If we would’ve been together in our 20s, it would’ve been a real problem,” Stoudemire told Yahoo about teaming with Wade and Bosh, “but as we’ve gotten older, we’ve found ways to still be successful.”
So how does one prepare for an NBA game the day after Thanksgiving? By eating with the enemy. That had the Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh and their wives spending the holiday alongside Carmelo Anthony and his wife in advance of the Miami Heat’s Friday night game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Photo evidence of the get-together was supplied by Instagram accounts of both Adrienne Bosh and Gabrielle Union, Wade’s wife.
Earlier this week, Winslow was asked how Okafor was dealing with defeat and he replied, “It’s tough. Obviously, their organization is going through something different than us, but he’s a winner. I’m sure he’ll figure it out. He’ll find a way to stay positive. Obviously, it’s not the record he wants, but I’m sure in the coming years or this season, they’ll figure some things out and get going in a positive direction.”
Hassan Whiteside on whether the blocks are coming easily: “No, man, it’s not as easy as you might think. You know, it’s weird, because there’s two different teams. There’s teams that are out there, ‘Stay away from Hassan.’ And there’s teams out there, ‘We don’t care if Hassan is down there, attack Hassan.’ And I love them teams. God bless them coaches and bless them. I love them teams.”