Udonis Haslem (L), a veteran Miami Heat striker, fires a serious NSFW response on Instagram at Colin Cowherd.
After Fox Sports reporter Colin Cowherd announced on The Herd podcast that the Miami Heat’s run to the NBA Finals last year was nothing more than a fluke, he said no one was aware of the disastrous start of the Teams in 2020 should be surprised. 2021 NBA Season – Veteran Udonis Haslem clapped back.
On Feb.22, Cowherd said the successful postseason of the Heat « shocked everyone ». Miami « had a lot of breaks » while better teams in the bubble just didn’t play well. The run of the heat was nothing but « lightning in a bottle ». As for the current season, « You look up today and Miami just isn’t that talented » and « You’re nothing special. » Jimmy Butler needs help. “
The sacking of the entire Playoff run of the Heat last season, in which they faced Haslem within two games of winning the NBA championship against LeBron James and the Lakers.
Haslem commented on that Heat Update’s Instagram post with a direct message to Cowherd. He wrote: « Say that a ****** Udonis said Haslem and I quote STFU !!!!! » On February 23rd, the 40-year-old power-forward sent another message to the host of The Herd in his Instagram stories. « Miss us with this shit … You don’t win a 7-game series this one S ***, unless you’re the better team. Kick rocks with this B ******* !! ”
GettyHead trainer Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat reacts against the in the second half Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on January 25, 2021 in Brooklyn, New York.
Even a broken watch is right twice a day, and Cowherd mentioned a confirmed truth – the heat needs « another man » to make another this season successful playoff run.
Cowherd notes that Erik Spoelstra is an « incredible coach » but that the team’s squad is missing. « Tyler Herro and Duncan Robinson are incredibly limited players and defensive liabilities … Bam is not good enough when butler isn’t available, there’s a reason why Pat Riley followed James Harden hard. You just don’t have enough. You need another man. “
GettyBlake Griffin # 23 of the Detroit Pistons shoots the ball in warmups before the Pistons’ home game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Little Caesars Arena on December 26, 2020 in Detroit.
Name an available forward who becomes available, and there is likely a report linking it to the heat. The franchise seeks to avoid the embarrassment that only comes from an NBA final and completely miss the playoffs the following season.
The Heat missed out on getting James Harden, as Cowherd noted, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and it was a blow to hear Wizard All-Star Bradley Beal say he wanted to stay in Washington. Miami still has more than a few players in their sights on the league, however.