Pissed Udonis Haslem gets into his teammates’ faces on the sideline vs. Lakers
Miami Heat icon Udonis Haslem gave the rest of his teammates quite an earful in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Friday.
The passionate 40-year-old veteran was unhappy with the Heat’s lack of urgency against the Los Angeles Lakers after playing catch-up the entire game.
UD let all those emotions out and tried to light a fire under his teammates during this heated time-out huddle.
Udonis Haslem lit into the Miami Heat during a timeout in the 3rd quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.pic.twitter.com/wNjInpVeG2
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Although he has yet to play in the 2020 playoffs so far, Udonis Haslem continues to be the heart and soul of this Miami team. The gritty Heat team looks at Haslem as their wise leader. He’s been in South Beach for 17 seasons and was part of every NBA Finals roster in franchise history. Haslem certainly knows what it takes to win it all, being a big part of the last three Heat NBA championships.
The Heat certainly need all the motivation they can get, considering they are undermanned against the overpowered Lakers squad. Miami’s two stars, Goran Dragic and Bam Adebayo sat out Game 2 after sustaining injuries in their last game. Their status for the rest of the series remains up in the air, as of writing.
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