After a major loss to the Chicago Bulls yesterday, the Heat have fallen to 11-13, which makes it the worst record during this same time period that Coach Spo has had since taking up the top position as head coach.
Chris Bosh has been announced as having a calf strain that will keep him out indefinitely. Indefinitely can mean he’ll be back soon or he’s going to be out for the foreseeable future. Bosh injured his calf on Saturday against the Utah Jazz.
“Injuries are a part of this game,” said Spoelstra. “How you respond to adversities, respond to things that are tough, that’s what really reveals and reflects your collective character as a group. That’s where we have to focus on right now — are the things that we can control.” —-
And to make things worse, Josh McRoberts, who was signed to a four-year deal worth about $23 million this summer, will be out for the remainder of the season on an injured right knee caused during a play grabbing a loose ball last Tuesday against the Phoenix Suns.
All in all, its looking pretty bad for our Miami Heat, but we hope they can get healthy quick and figure out some kind of “Plan B” rhythm.
Source: Fox Sports Florida