“It was just extremely disappointing”

“It was just extremely disappointing”

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Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra will arguably go down in franchise history as the organization’s greatest coach, but could this be the 52-year-old’s final season with the team? Retiring seems unlikely, but you can lose joy in anything at some point. Remember, this is pure speculation.

Nearly halfway through the 2022-23 season, Miami is 20-19 and ranked eighth overall in the Eastern Conference standings. Of course, the Heat started 2-5 to begin the league’s 77th season. It was her worst start under Spoelstra of the previous 14 seasons.

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Finals – Miami 109, LA Lakers 112

🔥 Adebayo: 30 points, 13 rebs, 3asts, 3blks
🔥 Butler: 27 points, 4 reps, 4 branches, 3 stls
🔥 Oladipo: 12 points, 7 reps and 5 branches
🔥 Lowry: 11 points & 4th place

— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) January 5, 2023

“It was just extremely disappointing,” said Spoelstra after Miami’s 112-109 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. “Every time we get a little bit into the season we have a disappointing loss.

“That was it tonight but you have to give credit to the Lakers. They played with a great engine, with spirit with their boys. We also had some wins like that where we had guys and you can catch a team.”

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is tired of seeing his team suffer disappointing losses

Losing to the Los Angeles Clippers is one thing, but the Heat struggled against the Lakers without LeBron James and Anthony Davis, their two best players. Dennis Schroder achieved a best result of the season with 32 points.

Bam Adebayo finished with 30 points and 13 rebounds, and Jimmy Butler amassed 27 points before missing a 3-pointer on the buzzer. This was just Miami’s fourth loss in their last 12 games. Perhaps the Heat can rebound in the second half of the season to earn another playoff appearance.


— 🦉 Lakers Vino (@VinoUncorked) January 5, 2023

Aside from injuries, Heat fans can’t blame anyone or anything else for losses. Other teams in the league were also struggling with injuries back then. The Boston Celtics won much of the season without Robert Williams III. Playoff contenders are meant to regularly beat bad teams.

Butler missed 14 games. If healthy, he can help carry the team alongside Tyler Herro and Adebayo. Will the six-time All-Star still demand a trade at some point? It’s not out of the question. Adebayo has been mentioned in the latest NBA trade rumours. Either way, something is still wrong with this Miami team.

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