Problem, Pat Riley and Alonzo Mourning?
Seems like the Miami Heat's team president and vice president of player development didn't much enjoy their visit to Chesapeake Energy Arena, what with the Oklahoma City Thunder erasing their team's 13-point first-half lead en route to an 11-point win in Game 1 of the NBA finals on Tuesday night. That's very understandable; letting a road win slip through your fingers is the kind of thing that can justifiably make you mad.
Hater, in this case, to the right.
On the bright side for the Heat, Miami can still salvage a road split before heading home for three straight with a win in Game 2 on Thursday night. That'd make Riley, Mourning and the rest of the crew turn those frowns upside down pretty quick.
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