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November 16, 2014 Updates

Arroyo: We have the same example with me at the Miami Heat. I had LeBron, Wade and Boss to give the ball. Can Arroyo be the real Arroyo in a situation like that? No, he can’t. He has to be a distributor for all that players. This is a very very tough situation for guys who are used to be the elite players in their teams. Spanoulis wasn’t respected that much at Houston. But, you know Spanoulis wasn’t Spanoulis at Houston! This was the case. EuroHoops.net

November 15, 2014 Updates

That has Bosh biting his tongue, to a degree. "Whether it's the coverages or just man-to-man defense, they're blowing by us," he said. "We're not helping each other. Or we have no weak-side defense. "It's so many things, pick-and-rolls, side pick-and-rolls, one-on-one defense, pin downs, transition. We actually did a job on transition [against Atlanta]. We haven't put it together yet. I guess it's a process a little bit. I keep telling myself, 'Keep myself sane.' But eventually we're going to have to turn the corner." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

November 11, 2014 Updates
November 10, 2014 Updates

As far as Wade is concerned, there was a time when Cuban thought the Miami guard was nothing more than a self-promoting prima donna, albeit a very talented one. That's changed, he said. "Not anymore," Cuban said when asked if he dislikes Wade. "At the beginning, I did because I think he thought he was entitled to everything that happened in that (2006) series. But it's been eight years. I mean, I take a little bit of joy in games where he doesn't go to the free throw line. But I like D-Wade now. He's a guy who does a lot of good things off the court and I have to respect that. "But if you'd have asked me eight years ago, it would have been a different answer. There was a time I did a commercial and he was there. He walked out of the room so I wouldn't see him. I walked out a different door so I wouldn't have to talk to him." Dallas Morning News

"I give him credit off the court," he said. "He's gone from flash to being a good representative of the NBA. I respect that. He seems to be more about family and community. He went through some off-the-court hardships, I guess. But yeah, I have a lot of respect for him now. I think he and LeBron helped each other grow up. I don't hold a lot of animosity at all." Dallas Morning News

"I don't know; it would be a tough call," he said. "When Dirk [Nowitzki in 2012-13] got hurt, we didn't. But it's a little different, because I had a lot of one-year guys, and we had to see who we wanted to keep. And I never thought he [Nowitzki] would be out that long. Honestly. I thought he'd be back at the start of the season. … It kept dragging on. "He never would have sat out the whole year. So I'm glad we did it the way we did because I like the fact I've never had a losing season." Dallas Morning News

November 9, 2014 Updates
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Bosh didn’t go easy on DeRozan. He also entered the NBA after one season in college at Georgia Tech. There were no free passes in the pros for inexperience. DeRozan credits Bosh for helping to kick start his career. “He was tough on me from the standpoint, I think he knew how good I could be,” DeRozan told Basketball Insiders. “I was the starting guard with him, (Hedo) Turkoglu, (Andrea) Bargnani, Jose Calderon. I was the only rookie out there. A lot of mistakes I made, he would just be hard on me about it so I could be better. He was a good dude. He’s a good friend of mine.” Basketball Insiders

 

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