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Although this is not a move, it was one of the Heat's biggest problems in the playoffs.
After being dismantled at the hands of the mighty Dallas Mavericks, the Heat learned that they are missing maturity when it matters most.
Off the court, as a Heat fan it must have been hard to watch.
In the world of social media, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade got way too caught up in what they did behind the camera, rather than behind the microphone. Their mocking of Dirk Nowitzki, the superstar who was murdering their team, was a low-point for the Heat. Simply immature.
LeBron James's post-game comments that threw fans under the bus was undisciplined. Don't get me started on his twitter account. Simply immature.
And it continued on the court.
Wade's eff-you three pointer in front of Miami's bench was a foot-in-mouth moment for the Heat. It reminded everyone of the days LeBron would be dancing on the sideline in Cleveland in games that were well in reach for the opponent. Simply immature.
When the scuffle occured in game six of the Finals between DeShawn Stevenson of the Mavs and Udonis Haslem of the Heat, young Mario Chalmers butted in unnecessarily and cost his team a point for the extra technical foul. Simply immature.
The Heat had chances to sweep the Dallas Mavericks. Up by 15 with six minutes left in the game, they blew it. Up again in the fourth quarter in games four and five, they blew it.
The Heat looked confused and scared when it mattered most. They didn't have that veteran calm, confidence or leadership to capitilize and halt the Mavericks' unrelenting comebacks. Simply immature.
The Heat were classless, unprofessional, undisciplined, and simply immature.
Time, experience, and this devastating loss at the hands of Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavericks should fix this... we think.