Whenever the Miami Heat come together after the NBA lockout, power forward Chris Bosh said Wednesday they still must come together as a team.
Reflecting on both the work stoppage and his team being stopped two victories shy of a championship by the Dallas Mavericks in last season’s NBA Finals, Bosh found himself in an introspective mode during an appearance on ESPN Radio’s "Mike & Mike in the Morning."
"It was highs and lows; it was more lows than highs," he said of the
2010-11 season, the Heat’s first with the collaboration with Bosh,
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. "It was tough, because most of the time
when we won, it was just a relief. It wasn’t really just like, ‘Oh my
God, I can’t believe we did it.’ It’s like, ‘Whew, OK, that’s over. Now
we’ve got Round 2.’ It was a learning experience."
Bosh said part of the equation might have been expecting too much too soon.