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(Deadspin)   The Chicago Bulls, or some reasonable facsimile of such drawn from backups and lucky contest winners, defeat the Miami Heat in Game 1. What?   (deadspin.com) divider line 85
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j4x
2013-05-07 08:30:53 AM  
Dammit Heat get your shiat together.
 
2013-05-07 08:37:10 AM  
I'm not sure which team should be more embarrassed, the Nets or the Heat. Never thought Id say this, but I'm begging to really like Nate Robinson...

//Is it wrong to like your teams 3rd best point guard?
 
2013-05-07 08:56:18 AM  

italie: I'm not sure which team should be more embarrassed, the Nets or the Heat. Never thought Id say this, but I'm begging to really like Nate Robinson...

//Is it wrong to like your teams 3rd best point guard?


The best description of Robinson is that he takes every bad shot, but he thinks all of them are going in, every single time.

Fun game.  Thibs is the best coach in the league.
 
2013-05-07 08:57:06 AM  
Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh
The Bulls are The Black Knight from Monty Python


I will say that I am having flashbacks to a couple years ago when the Bulls destroyed the Heat in Game 1, and then proceeded to lose 4 straight, so I'm trying to limit how excited I get about this. But still, very awesome game. A few thoughts:

Jimmy Butler has played every second of 3 straight games. That's ridiculous.

Since Feb. 3, the Heat are 2-2 against the Bulls. They are 41-1 against everyone else.

What kind of fans leave a playoff game with 25 secs left, only down by 5, when your team has the ball, and you have Lebron James?
 
2013-05-07 08:59:45 AM  

Orgasmatron138: The best description of Robinson is that he takes every bad shot, but he thinks all of them are going in, every single time.


And his counterpart, Chalmers, was so scared of shooting that he passed up several open layups in order to pass it to someone coming back into the defense he was already behind.

You'd think at some point people might realize that this team is pretty good without Rose (it's not like they don't have plenty of experience without him). And that if Rose were on the floor, then you don't get those contributions from Robinson, who is playing as well as anyone.
 
2013-05-07 09:06:47 AM  
Maybe if the NBA playoff season wasn't 9 months long, you wouldn't have a team getting cold while waiting a week to play its next game.
 
2013-05-07 09:23:26 AM  
I bet da Bulls had Jordan playing in disguise, with Ditka coaching them.

If Ditka had played, the final score wouldve been Ditka 7564, Heat -6
 
2013-05-07 09:23:30 AM  
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2013-05-07 09:24:48 AM  

j4x: Dammit Heat get your shiat together.


They will, they went in expecting a blow out and just got cocky. I mean I loves my Chicago teams but I also live in reality and full expect the expected.
 
2013-05-07 09:29:54 AM  

IAmRight: You'd think at some point people might realize that this team is pretty good without Rose (it's not like they don't have plenty of experience without him). And that if Rose were on the floor, then you don't get those contributions from Robinson, who is playing as well as anyone.


If Rose is on the floor in that last minute, he'll either miss a shot or miss the free throws.
 
2013-05-07 09:30:48 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: They will, they went in expecting a blow out and just got cocky.


I doubt they would be dumb enough to expect a blowout. They know that doesn't happen against the Bulls.

That said, they missed a ton of open threes and for all these claims of the Heat getting "superstar calls," there sure weren't any cases of it in that game. Unless Nate Robinson and Jimmy Butler are now considered superstars as well, since they shot more than any Heat player.

/dammit Miller, Allen, and Battier, your entire job on offense is to stand there and make threes. Quit missing them.
//also, Andersen was getting pushed around like he was nothing by Noah for rebounds - gonna have to step it up another couple levels
///Chalmers, if you would like to be productive at all, that would be nice. If not, Cole can take your minutes.
 
2013-05-07 09:31:16 AM  
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2013-05-07 09:39:55 AM  

SkylineRecords: [www.rantsports.com image 562x360]


LOL

I forget about this dude. Miss seeing him play.

Glad the Heat lost.
Go Bulls.
 
2013-05-07 09:49:35 AM  

Car_Ramrod: Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh
The Bulls are The Black Knight from Monty Python

I will say that I am having flashbacks to a couple years ago when the Bulls destroyed the Heat in Game 1, and then proceeded to lose 4 straight, so I'm trying to limit how excited I get about this. But still, very awesome game. A few thoughts:

Jimmy Butler has played every second of 3 straight games. That's ridiculous.

Since Feb. 3, the Heat are 2-2 against the Bulls. They are 41-1 against everyone else.

What kind of fans leave a playoff game with 25 secs left, only down by 5, when your team has the ball, and you have Lebron James?


Miami "fans" aren't really fans. I like LeBron, I like Wade, I like the guys on that team for the most part, but Miami is completely undeserving of having a team like that.

They only care about it being an event, and don't give two shiats about the team unless they are winning. When this run ends and LeBron heads to LA to win Kobe another ring, Miami will go back to being completely indifferent to the Heat.
 
2013-05-07 09:52:38 AM  

IAmRight: I doubt they would be dumb enough to expect a blowout. They know that doesn't happen against the Bulls.


Well, likes I said. I loves my Bulls but I ain't expecting a win here.

Besides I sorta want them to loose so that the UC can be dedicated to ice making and the Hawks have better ice to play on.

How horrible of that is me?
 
2013-05-07 09:53:51 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: IAmRight: I doubt they would be dumb enough to expect a blowout. They know that doesn't happen against the Bulls.

Well, likes I said. I loves my Bulls but I ain't expecting a win here.

Besides I sorta want them to loose so that the UC can be dedicated to ice making and the Hawks have better ice to play on.

How horrible of that is me?


Eh, pretty horrible. If the Hawks win the Stanley Cup, it should be sawed in half. I've been boycotting them all sea.
 
2013-05-07 09:54:03 AM  

js34603: Miami "fans" aren't really fans. I like LeBron, I like Wade, I like the guys on that team for the most part, but Miami is completely undeserving of having a team like that.


Part of the reason I always say "as someone rooting for Miami..." when referring to myself. I like those guys and enjoy their success and the way they play basketball. The thing I hate about it is that they went to Miami and not an actual basketball city which would appreciate their abilities properly.

Chicago fans are annoying and obnoxious online (mainly because many of the ones I know aren't fans of the sport or really anything but the fact that there's a Chicago in front of whatever team it is), but the ones in the stadium (or Center, now)? They're great.
 
2013-05-07 09:58:31 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: Besides I sorta want them to loose so that the UC can be dedicated to ice making and the Hawks have better ice to play on.

How horrible of that is me?


Pretty bad. Blaming a hockey team's struggles on the ice--especially a team that talented--is pretty weak. It didn't give them any problems in 1992.

/And now a perfectly good basketball thread has turned into Hockey Talk. How very FARK.
 
2013-05-07 10:00:43 AM  

IAmRight: js34603: Miami "fans" aren't really fans. I like LeBron, I like Wade, I like the guys on that team for the most part, but Miami is completely undeserving of having a team like that.

Part of the reason I always say "as someone rooting for Miami..." when referring to myself. I like those guys and enjoy their success and the way they play basketball. The thing I hate about it is that they went to Miami and not an actual basketball city which would appreciate their abilities properly.

Chicago fans are annoying and obnoxious online (mainly because many of the ones I know aren't fans of the sport or really anything but the fact that there's a Chicago in front of whatever team it is), but the ones in the stadium (or Center, now)? They're great.


It's the same as the Heat. People are "Bulls fans" because they grew up with Jordan. In the 90's, you couldn't take a piss without seeing his face. Most people just want a championship to relive the three-peat era. Me? I just want another White Sox World Series.
 
2013-05-07 10:02:22 AM  

The Great EZE: IdBeCrazyIf: Besides I sorta want them to loose so that the UC can be dedicated to ice making and the Hawks have better ice to play on.

How horrible of that is me?

Pretty bad. Blaming a hockey team's struggles on the ice--especially a team that talented--is pretty weak. It didn't give them any problems in 1992.

/And now a perfectly good basketball thread has turned into Hockey Talk. How very FARK.


DOOT, DOO DOO DOOT, DOO DOO DOOT, DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO DOO DOOT!!!
 
2013-05-07 10:05:30 AM  

The Great EZE: Pretty bad. Blaming a hockey team's struggles on the ice--especially a team that talented--is pretty weak. It didn't give them any problems in 1992.

/And now a perfectly good basketball thread has turned into Hockey Talk. How very FARK.


I know, I know. I just want all conditions to be perfect.
 
2013-05-07 10:15:38 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: Besides I sorta want them to loose so that the UC can be dedicated to ice making and the Hawks have better ice to play on.

How horrible of that is me?


Not that terrible. I remember rooting for the local hockey team to lose so the arena football team I worked for could have a better field for the games (and a better place to practice).

/when there are hockey games, the turf doesn't get rolled out until after the last hockey game is over. It takes a while for the turf to actually fully flatten. During hockey season there are all kinds of bubbles and inconsistencies in the turf. It's a wonder it doesn't cause more injuries.

SkylineRecords: It's the same as the Heat. People are "Bulls fans" because they grew up with Jordan.


I know - it's basically Jordan fans, not actual Bulls fans, you run across online. Which makes it more annoying. The most annoying people in the world to me are the people that can't stop talking about how much better things/players were back when they were kids/rooted for a team and refuse to accept that anyone might be nearly as good, if not as good or better, now.

Again, if we were to believe how people talk about Jordan, we'd think his teams went 82-0 every year and won a title every single year without ever losing a game. But guess what? His teams did lose on occasion. Sometimes they even lost in the playoffs. Houston's titles don't count because Jordan wasn't there? Interesting, because Jordan WAS on the team for a month of the regular season and the playoffs in '95, but no one wants to acknowledge this, because it goes contrary to the Jordan legend.
 
2013-05-07 10:16:59 AM  
Because Stern realizes more revenue from marks in a 5-6 game series, rather than a sweep.
 
2013-05-07 10:30:44 AM  
BTW, if there is one legitimate BIG gripe against LeBron, it can be about him wearing those MVP shoes for the first half. Don't play a half of a playoff game in shoes that you KNOW aren't as good as your normal shoes. He was 1-6 in the first half, most of which were taken in the paint. He went 7-11 in the second half, with one of those misses being that three that was a terrible shot and wouldn't have been taken if the Heat weren't down 5 at the time.

It's possible that it was rust, but if you're going to tell the announcers about how you switched to your regular shoes because they're lighter and have better grip...FFS, man, who wants to buy shoes that aren't as good as your regular shoes?
 
2013-05-07 10:33:00 AM  

IAmRight: It's possible that it was rust, but if you're going to tell the announcers about how you switched to your regular shoes because they're lighter and have better grip...FFS, man, who wants to buy shoes that aren't as good as your regular shoes?


Why would you wear shoes with less grip than you expect in any sporting event, ever?  I don't care if it's rec league flag football.  Slipping when you don't expect to slip is a good way to pull something.  That's really dumb.
 
2013-05-07 10:33:58 AM  

IAmRight: Chicago fans are annoying and obnoxious online


Hello, Pot? Kettle calling.
 
2013-05-07 10:36:08 AM  
Miami jobbed to the Bulls?

Did they fail a wellness test, or something?
 
2013-05-07 10:39:42 AM  

IdBeCrazyIf: They will, they went in expecting a blow out and just got cocky. I mean I loves my Chicago teams but I also live in reality and full expect the expected.


Didn't they play that way against Milwaukee? Let them hang around and then "turn it on". They probably thought they could get away with playing like that.
 
2013-05-07 10:44:49 AM  

IAmRight: Orgasmatron138: The best description of Robinson is that he takes every bad shot, but he thinks all of them are going in, every single time.

And his counterpart, Chalmers, was so scared of shooting that he passed up several open layups in order to pass it to someone coming back into the defense he was already behind.

You'd think at some point people might realize that this team is pretty good without Rose (it's not like they don't have plenty of experience without him). And that if Rose were on the floor, then you don't get those contributions from Robinson, who is playing as well as anyone.


Oh my god, there is NOTHING more frustrating than watching Nate Robinson play.

He chucks up a lot of bad shots that lead to fast breaks.  He burns the clock in isolation and doesn't start his move until there's like 2 seconds on the shot clock, forcing up a bad shot.  He can barely defend (he does at least try.)  He makes tons of bad decisions.

And the Bulls wouldn't be here without him.

That being said, I'd like to see Marquis Teague get a little more playing time.  Doesn't make as many mistakes, can play defense a little better, and drives to the hoop very well.
 
2013-05-07 10:45:22 AM  

you have pee hands: IAmRight: It's possible that it was rust, but if you're going to tell the announcers about how you switched to your regular shoes because they're lighter and have better grip...FFS, man, who wants to buy shoes that aren't as good as your regular shoes?

Why would you wear shoes with less grip than you expect in any sporting event, ever?  I don't care if it's rec league flag football.  Slipping when you don't expect to slip is a good way to pull something.  That's really dumb.


It's like you want to help sell the shoes by wearing them, having a good game, getting a photo of yourself in the shoes during a dunk, etc.   But then you go and say the shoes are worse and change at halftime.  Not a good marketing job by Lebron there.

By the way, these limited edition shoe prices are already insane.  My friend two offices down has a perl script to monitor twitter and reserve "spots" to buy these limited shoes, that he then sells.  People pay him $50-$100 just to have the reserved spot, so they can then go buy a $300+ pair of sneakers.
 
2013-05-07 10:50:27 AM  

DrewCurtisJr: IdBeCrazyIf: They will, they went in expecting a blow out and just got cocky. I mean I loves my Chicago teams but I also live in reality and full expect the expected.

Didn't they play that way against Milwaukee? Let them hang around and then "turn it on". They probably thought they could get away with playing like that.


That is the "Heat Style" of play that everyone loves so much.
 
2013-05-07 10:52:32 AM  

The Smails Kid: IAmRight: Chicago fans are annoying and obnoxious online

Hello, Pot? Kettle calling.


The only reason he thinks Chicago fans are obnoxious online is because there are a bunch of them on Fark and they're the only ones who consistently call him on his shiat.

That seems like a fair reaction until you think about it for a second and realize that NOBODY likes him here, from Chicago to New York to Los Angeles all the way to Tanzania. He is unloved and unappreciated by anyone who knows his name (and those who don't know him I'm sure are starting to associate mindblowingly inane comments with that particular handle). So while I'm sure Chicago fans are happy to take ownership of his hurt feelings it really does the rest of the world a disservice to ignore their nigh-universal disgust at seeing his screen name pop up in a thread on our favorite website. Not cool. Not cool at all.
 
2013-05-07 10:55:30 AM  
It's almost as if the Heat haven't played in at least a week or so, Game 2 they'll be a lot looser and once #3 really get playing in the open court and a lotta fast breaks (and the specialists hit some threes) it'll turn pretty ugly.

However, I hope I'm wrong. Just can't see Nate giving an elite performance every game the rest of the series. There's a reason this is his 5th team in as many seasons.
 
2013-05-07 10:56:17 AM  

The Smails Kid: IAmRight: Chicago fans are annoying and obnoxious online

Hello, Pot? Kettle calling.


It doesn't make it any less true.

The Great EZE: The only reason he thinks Chicago fans are obnoxious online is because there are a bunch of them on Fark and they're the only ones who consistently call him on his shiat.


What "sh*t" are you consistently calling me on?
 
2013-05-07 10:57:02 AM  

You see dem stains on there: It's almost as if the Heat haven't played in at least a week or so, Game 2 they'll be a lot looser and once #3 really get playing in the open court and a lotta fast breaks (and the specialists hit some threes) it'll turn pretty ugly.

However, I hope I'm wrong. Just can't see Nate giving an elite performance every game the rest of the series. There's a reason this is his 5th team in as many seasons.


*** #3 and #6, forgot their names
 
2013-05-07 10:59:13 AM  

You see dem stains on there: really get playing in the open court and a lotta fast breaks (and the specialists hit some threes) it'll turn pretty ugly.


The Bulls aren't going to let them get a lot of fast breaks.

And we've already seen that they're going to tackle people rather than let them have transition dunks on the rare occasion where they don't have at least one defender back. Why give up two points when you can turn the sport into football and the opponent is unlikely to score as many points from the line?

/BTW, that "clear path" foul on Bosh was borderline criminal, especially after reviewing it
//you can't hook your way in front of a guy to create your "clear path" when the foul occurs before/during the hook.
 
2013-05-07 11:03:18 AM  

IAmRight: And we've already seen that they're going to tackle people rather than let them have transition dunks on the rare occasion where they don't have at least one defender back. Why give up two points when you can turn the sport into football and the opponent is unlikely to score as many points from the line?


Defense wins championships.
 
2013-05-07 11:05:08 AM  

You see dem stains on there: It's almost as if the Heat haven't played in at least a week or so, Game 2 they'll be a lot looser and once #3 really get playing in the open court and a lotta fast breaks (and the specialists hit some threes) it'll turn pretty ugly.


I've never understood this. These are professional athletes at the top of their game. There's no way they should be rusty just because they didn't play for just one week. I understand people getting into rhythms, but if they can't stay game-ready on a consistent basis, that's on the trainers. And I'm not just saying this for the Heat, this has confused me for years. Even if they were a little off to start the game, there's no reason they shouldn't have been back in regular form by the second half. Or at least the fourth quarter when the Bulls dropped 35 points on them.

I'm not saying they won't come back like beasts in the next game, but I don't buy into this whole "too much time off" line.
 
2013-05-07 11:06:49 AM  

IAmRight: And we've already seen that they're going to tackle people rather than let them have transition dunks on the rare occasion where they don't have at least one defender back. Why give up two points when you can turn the sport into football and the opponent is unlikely to score as many points from the line?


I hope you're not talking about that Hinrich-James thing. That wasn't a tackle.
 
2013-05-07 11:12:37 AM  

IAmRight: You see dem stains on there: really get playing in the open court and a lotta fast breaks (and the specialists hit some threes) it'll turn pretty ugly.

The Bulls aren't going to let them get a lot of fast breaks.

And we've already seen that they're going to tackle people rather than let them have transition dunks on the rare occasion where they don't have at least one defender back. Why give up two points when you can turn the sport into football and the opponent is unlikely to score as many points from the line?

/BTW, that "clear path" foul on Bosh was borderline criminal, especially after reviewing it
//you can't hook your way in front of a guy to create your "clear path" when the foul occurs before/during the hook.


It is true.  Just like LeBron said, the Bulls are a bunch of meany poopy pants who play too physical.
 
2013-05-07 11:15:34 AM  

Car_Ramrod: I hope you're not talking about that Hinrich-James thing. That wasn't a tackle.


No, I was referring to how it was going to be after Butler grabbed both of LeBron's arms on that play in the 3rd (maybe 4th) quarter and LeBron still got the shot away. There's no chance that on any more breakaways he(or anyone else)'ll let go at the end because they don't want this to happen.

Car_Ramrod: I'm not saying they won't come back like beasts in the next game, but I don't buy into this whole "too much time off" line.


I'd say it definitely affected them early in the game, especially with their shots. Aside from not being able to set a tone, which might have tilted it more in Miami's favor at the beginning, I'd say that the Bulls basically played them to a draw for the next three quarters, though, so it really can't be an excuse.

Shaggy_C: Defense wins championships.


Intentionally jumping on people to prevent open baskets isn't really defense. It's exploiting an inefficiency in the rules, but it's not basketball. Same goes for people with their Hack-A-(insert name here) crap.

poughdrew: It's like you want to help sell the shoes by wearing them, having a good game, getting a photo of yourself in the shoes during a dunk, etc.   But then you go and say the shoes are worse and change at halftime.  Not a good marketing job by Lebron there.


That's what I was thinking - obviously you wear them to promote them, you can't be saying that they're not as good at halftime!
 
2013-05-07 11:17:12 AM  

karmaceutical: It is true.  Just like LeBron said, the Bulls are a bunch of meany poopy pants who play too physical.


And again, Bulls fans make it all about them instead of understanding the problem from a league and a sport perspective. Because that's all they're focused on - the "Chicago," not the NBA or basketball.
 
2013-05-07 11:21:07 AM  

IAmRight: karmaceutical: It is true.  Just like LeBron said, the Bulls are a bunch of meany poopy pants who play too physical.

And again, Bulls fans make it all about them instead of understanding the problem from a league and a sport perspective. Because that's all they're focused on - the "Chicago," not the NBA or basketball.


Who the hell is talking about Bulls fans... except for you?
 
2013-05-07 11:27:12 AM  

IAmRight: Car_Ramrod: I hope you're not talking about that Hinrich-James thing. That wasn't a tackle.

No, I was referring to how it was going to be after Butler grabbed both of LeBron's arms on that play in the 3rd (maybe 4th) quarter and LeBron still got the shot away. There's no chance that on any more breakaways he(or anyone else)'ll let go at the end because they don't want this to happen.


Oh, yea, that was ridiculous, in that I can't believe James got that off, let alone in. But I wouldn't call that a tackle any more than I'd call the average "foul to block a layup/dunk" you can see in any given game. It's not a Chicago thing, it's a strategy thing.

Car_Ramrod: I'm not saying they won't come back like beasts in the next game, but I don't buy into this whole "too much time off" line.

I'd say it definitely affected them early in the game, especially with their shots. Aside from not being able to set a tone, which might have tilted it more in Miami's favor at the beginning, I'd say that the Bulls basically played them to a draw for the next three quarters, though, so it really can't be an excuse.


Like I said, I MIGHT be able to accept it for the first quarter or so, but after that, it's all on them. Especially letting the Bulls finish the game on a 10-0 run.
 
2013-05-07 11:32:50 AM  
The Bulls have the blueprint for beating the Heat...This is the worst possible matchup for the Heat. Look for Joey Crawford to even up the series in the next game. I have read the memo, Bulls in 7.
 
2013-05-07 11:39:42 AM  

Car_Ramrod: Especially letting the Bulls finish the game on a 10-0 run.


Pretty sure that tip-out offensive rebound by Noah won them the game (it actually got them tied with the Belinelli 3, but entering the final couple minutes tied vs down 3 is a huge difference in mentality).

Then Robinson just did Robinson things - take up the whole shot clock, get off a shot that probably isn't the best look you could get, have it go in anyway. They did that a couple times in the first quarter, too.
 
2013-05-07 11:48:51 AM  
Another overlooked thing thanks to LeBron's last two bad shots - Wade's jacking up a three 10 seconds into the clock back when they were down 2. Which basically led to them being down 4 with a minute to play. Man, you're a 25% shooter from three and you're down two. Knock it off.
 
2013-05-07 11:54:56 AM  

IAmRight: karmaceutical: It is true.  Just like LeBron said, the Bulls are a bunch of meany poopy pants who play too physical.

And again, Bulls fans make it all about them instead of understanding the problem from a league and a sport perspective. Because that's all they're focused on - the "Chicago," not the NBA or basketball.


Really?  You want fans not to celebrate because you don't like the rules?  Right, and I'm sure that you lead such a discussion every time Wade flopped and drew a foul.  And I'm sure you're planning to start a petition against refs who are quick to call a foul on a player defending Lebron, but let a lesser player like Taj Gibson doesn't deserve fouls.

Oh, you mean you weren't talking about those rules?  Of course you weren't.  Go back to whatever rock you were hiding under before the Heat became relevant.
 
2013-05-07 12:01:27 PM  

dontbreakthebend: Really?  You want fans not to celebrate because you don't like the rules?


Are you all illiterate as well? Does anything I said look anything like that?

dontbreakthebend: And I'm sure you're planning to start a petition against refs who are quick to call a foul on a player defending Lebron, but let a lesser player like Taj Gibson doesn't deserve fouls.


You're aware that Jimmy Butler and Nate Robinson both went to the FT line more than anyone on the Heat, right? You keep making these claims that the opposing stars get all the calls, but there's no evidence to support this claim.
 
2013-05-07 12:01:50 PM  
In this thread:

75% posts about fans and whining and narratives.

25% posts about actual basketball.

Thanks a lot, Narrative Basketball Association.

/I came up with that myself!
 
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