Chalmers talks Heat

Posted by C.L. Anthony on Monday, September 15, 2014 with No comments
During the 2014 NBA Finals the Miami Heat were overwhelmed by the San Antonio Spurs who dispatched the two time defending champions in 5 games.  During the series starting Heat point guard Mario Chalmers endured the brunt of the criticism and felt as if he wasn't involved enough with the offense. 

“Yeah, that’s the worst thing, because you never know,” Chalmers said. “Everybody in my ear, talking about ‘We need you, we need you to do this, we need you to do that.’ And then when it comes to the game, I didn’t feel involved. Like, you all talk about how y’all need me, but y’all didn’t put me in position to do anything. In previous years, if I was in that position, I would make sure I would go get the ball, I would put myself in position to score. I felt like this year, we all just took too much of a back seat in the Finals.”

“I feel like I’ve finally got a chance to shine, show my real game,” Chalmers said. “Me, [Chris Bosh], D-Wade and the rest of the guys, we’re going to pick it up, we’re still going to play Miami Heat basketball, and we’re still gonna be a competitor.”


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