Volume 152 • Issue 1
The Newspaper of Amherst College Since 1868
Friday, December 2, 2022
Number of Articles: 2
First Article: November 12, 2010
Latest Article: March 9, 2011
By Derek X. Garcia
March 9, 2011
I really don’t see what the big deal is if LeBron, Wade, or Bosh cried after the
Bulls game. Really based on their performance in their past three games and
including that one, they should have cried. (No, I won’t bring up the “they’re
only human” argument.) They should have cried — not out of sadness for losing,
but because they straight up stunk. They didn’t play like champions and they
sure didn’t finish like All-Stars.
To set things straight before we go any further — the Heat lack a capabl
November 12, 2010
Instead, I will be talking about the things I have noticed throughout this young
and vibrant NBA season.
Recently there has been much talk about the Heat (understatement of the year)
and the cohesion between the “Big Three.” Again, as most of y’all may know, the
tremendous trio (original nicknames are tough to come by) hasn’t necessarily
lived up to expectations, with just D-Wade and Lebron showing up.
And yet, there have been the headlines: “How come Chris Bosh hasn’t showed up to