Udonis Haslem’s double-fist hammer drop on Indiana’s Tyler Hansbrough is just another example that the Miami Heat, when they’re not diving to the ground looking for phantom fouls, is a team full of head-hunting disrespectful classless a**holes. Haslem, who suffered a cut above the eye in Game 4, fouled Hansbrough about as hard as anyone ever could, and managed not to get ejected, most likely because the Heat are playing a home game tonight.
If Haslem is not suspended for Game 6, that’s a message from David Stern that reads loud and clear “I run this league and I will do whatever it takes to make LeBron a winner…even fix games.”.
For The Record: I started off just being a LeBron hater because of the trashy way he left Cleveland, but everything he has done since leaving has re-enforced that distaste, and now it’s starting to infect everyone playing around him. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t remember Dwyane Wade flopping very often in the first 7 years of his career, and now he looks like Derek Fisher in a UEFA soccer match every time he goes to the rack. The more I watch the Heat, the more I become a OKC Thunder fan, because they might be the only long term team that can prevent the ego-fest in South Beach from reaching cataclysmic proportions.