The low point of the NBA season was probably Tuesday night, as the teams with the worst records in the league, Miami and Minnesota, squared off in Minneapolis.
The 8-27 Heat, playing without Shaquille O’Neal and with a still-injured Dwyane Wade lost to the 5-29 TWolves 101-91. Miami, just two years removed from an NBA title, has now lost eight straight games.
But as Tom D’Angelo of the PALM BEACH POST reports, “As bad as the night was for the Heat, it could have been worse.” And believe us, D’Angelo is spot-on. Literally.
“Of course, the youngster can’t be blamed for feeling queasy while watching his favorite team.”
If you’re Fiorentino, who do you blame for the mess? It’s a tough call, but we’ve narrowed it down to Ricky Davis and Udonis Haslem.