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    Breaking News The HEAT....WHAT A CRYING SHAME LOL...WE CAN BEAT THE HEAT IN THE FIRST ROUND

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    Sure, maybe Mike D'Antoni is the NBA's mustachioed [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. But just because he [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] of the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], that doesn't mean the rest of the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] do, and it sure doesn't sound like the team's two signature stars share his sympathy.
    According to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], after the Knicks scored a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] over the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] on Sunday evening, [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] had a few snickers at the expense of the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] following their loss to the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] earlier in the day:
    When the locker room first opened to reporters after the game, Stoudemire and Anthony were bantering and laughing about players on the Miami Heat crying after their loss earlier Sunday to the Chicago Bulls, with Stoudemire fingering [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] as the watery-eyed one (although Bosh, when asked by reporters in Miami whether he had cried, said he almost had but did not).
    "I heard Chris Bosh was crying tears," Stoudemire said.
    "Tears?" Anthony asked.
    "Yeah, tears," Stoudemire replied.
    "Wait 'til I call him, man," Anthony said. "I'll be like: 'What are you doing?'"
    Real nice, guys. Making fun of guys feeling blue and kicking a man when he's down. Sounds like the only "CP3" you two need to link up with is "tripling your compassion." I'm also baffled by the pair's incredulity at Bosh allegedly "crying tears." Those seem like a pretty reasonable thing to cry; it's not as they'd just heard he was crying olive oil or meat sauce. But boy, what odd, delicious sorrow that would be!
    The Heat are getting crushed for this, of course, because many people view crying as a sign of instability and weakness, a failure of masculinity — something done by little kids and women, not by tough, physical, grown men. Not just players like Stoudemire and Anthony, but many fans, writers and league observers, too. Every man cries at some point in his life, but not everybody's cool with that fact, so when stuff like this happens at what's judged to be an inappopriate time for waterworks — say, "after losing a regular season game," as opposed to "after learning that a beloved teammate had been traded," [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] with the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (we didn't hear a ton of cracks about that, did we?) — we tend to return to the schoolyard.
    The effects of machismo bleed into virtually every element of pro sports, from designating certain players as "alpha dogs" to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], an idea TrueHoop's Henry Abbott dissected at this past weekend's 2011 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Sure, people are making fun of this because it pokes holes in the "superteam" mythos that [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ], [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ], Bosh and the rest so willingly cultivated and because the lion's share of NBA fans seems to want to see Miami crash and burn. But just as much, they're laughing because they think the act of a dude crying is weak, wimpy, soft or whatever other more expletive-laden phrase you'd like.
    It's dumb, it's reductionist and it's not cool, but it's what's happening, and it's going to keep happening until either they get back to winning games or the entire culture of male sports fandom completely changes. I tend to think that the former's more likely, but man, wouldn't it be neat if the latter happened, too?

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    no mental toughness crying after a regular season loss?!?!?!?!?!?! i want the playoffs to start tomorrow

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    smh, i wonder which *****s actually cried in that locker room - lebron crying over how he shouldve went to ny

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    They're emo drama queens at the moment. Dwyane Wade's quote was probably the best..

    “The Miami Heat are exactly what everyone wanted, losing games, the world is better now because the Heat is losing.”

    Drama... queens....

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    I can picture it now, billups casually dribbling the ball as the clock runs out, the miami heat players sulking, and the crowd at the garden chanting "OVERRATED!"

    CANT WAIT!

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    Originally Posted by DieHardPassion
    smh, i wonder which *****s actually cried in that locker room - lebron crying over how he shouldve went to ny

    LEBRON LOST



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    ....All I have 2 say is

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    Originally Posted by la2ny


    ....All I have 2 say is
    Awesome. Just plain awesome.

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    I just can't believe Wade allowed himself to be seen crying on camera too..

    Lebron, he's an attention whore, so you kind of expect that.

    Bosh has always been kind of effeminate to me..

    But Wade man.. Damn. Just damn..
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    Damn, I came in here just to post that last image.


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    Default You guys do realize that ....................

    Originally Posted by ronoranina
    I just can't believe Wade allowed himself to be seen crying on camera too..

    Lebron, he's an attention whore, so you kind of expect that.

    Bosh has always been kind of effeminate to me..

    But Wade man.. Damn. Just damn..
    As of right now we are set up to play them in the first round. With that loss to the Bulls they dropped into 3rd place in the East while the Bulls took over 2nd.

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    k bra. i'm aware. Thx for the update tho..

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    bulls just lost so they are only up a half game on the Heat. alot can happen between now and end of season but its really exciting for us Knicks fans again and it has not been that way for a long long time.

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    i think the heat are playing people for dummies.

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    Originally Posted by Stat4mvp
    I can picture it now, billups casually dribbling the ball as the clock runs out, the miami heat players sulking, and the crowd at the garden chanting "OVERRATED!"

    CANT WAIT!
    That would blow them away forever!

    Seriously if that happened the so called 'big 3' are done after 1 season. It would break them once and forever.

    And I tell you what: I would absolutely love it!

    They deserve everything they get atm.

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