Seven Reasons Miami Fans Can't Wait To Get the Pacers Out of Their Lives
The Miami Heat must break the Indiana Pacers tonight. It's time to rid themselves of, as Ray Allen would say, the Pacers "buffoonery." It's damn time to get this Pacers team out of our lives, and move onto an NBA Finals rematch against either the Oklahoma City Thunder or San Antonio Spurs. Tonight the Miami Heat have an opportunity to save us all from the stress and possible all-time frustration a Game 7 in Indiana would bring.
The rest of America should also hope the Heat finish off the Pacers tonight, because if somehow the Indiana Pacers did make the NBA Finals, it would be the biggest massacre of a basketball series ever.
Let's count the ways we hate the Pacers, shall we?
Lance Stephenson Blowing Bubbles pic.twitter.com/CUN8zA2Q9n— Lance Stephenson (@LanceBlows) May 29, 2014
1. Lance Stephenson comiendo tremendo culo.
Oh, you knew he was first on this list, he probably should be the list. In addition to being a complete asshole on the court, Lance Stephenson has shown to be an even worse person off of it. Stephenson has sky rocketed to the top of the list of players Heat fans wish explosive diarrhea upon. He's most definitely the LeBron James of punchable faces. We can only hope after the Heat finish off the Pacers tonight, LeBron blows Stephenson a kiss goodbye.
2. Frank Vogel is the Pacers leader, which makes so much sense.
It's not so different from meeting a shitty kid's parents, thus figuring out exactly how they became so shitty. Frank Vogel is everything the Miami Heat are not, and he goes about the business of leading an NBA team in a fashion that leaves even Pacers fans disgusted. It's one thing for a 20 year old bench warmer to scream at a jump shooter, it's an entirely separate thing when the coach does it. It's bad look USA for the guy that's supposed to be the figure head of a company, which is basically what a coach is. If his players don't even respect him, why should we?
3. Pacers' play-by-play announcer Mark Boyle is a dicknose.
Oh, you thought it was just the players and coaches that make this Indiana Pacers teams face so punchable, well you thought wrong. You may remember this from last season:
"These losers are leaving," the Pacers play-by-play radio announcer Mark Boyle said of the Miami fans at Game 2. "They are flocking to the exits with their team down by three. This city does not only not deserve this team, they don't deserve any team."
Not surprisingly, Boyle had nothing to say when the Pacers crowd funneled out of their stadium by the 1,000's before the Heat finished off their Game Two win in Indiana last week.