It's pretty cool being a bad guy. First, you get to wear the color black in any setting, which is like, the coolest color ever. Second, you don't need to follow morals, and you don't have to listen to what anyone says. Sounds like the greatest job on the planet.
It seems like the Miami Trice seem to think so, too. Not only did Dwyane Wade say that opponents should "thank [them]" for selling out home crowds when the Heat come to town, but now Chris Bosh is joining the fad, too, reported the New York Daily News:
Chris Bosh said Wednesday that he was "playing with people's emotions" in the days and weeks before he made his decision to join the Miami Heat.
"If you think about how many times somebody asks you, 'How are you,' that's how many times I was asked, 'Where you going?" said Bosh. "So it's like, well, in my case, I'm going to have fun with it. I'm going to play with people's emotions. I'm going to be high and low."Are you trying to tell me that Chris Bosh is, once again, following a crowd? What a big surprise. And I mean that in the most sincerest form of sarcasm possible.
I guess their personalities are supposed to be matching, like a girl and her accessories. Or maybe they're trying to take the attention from their new puppy, LeBron James. Who knows?
You can't blame them, though. They were pretty reliant on each other when they decided they each wanted to be winners. And they're staying pretty reliant in each other to have their backs. Oh, doesn't that sound familiar? Kind of like something that's set up shop around your 'hood. I can't remember the name of it. It's like another name for 'organization.'
Oh, I remember. The kids call it a "gang," nowadays.
Good job, Big 3. Great example you're setting for the kids in the community.
Meanwhile, we can only wonder why these three superstars were so humble and quiet before they started to become each others' sidekicks.
Good luck, Miami Heat, you evil geniuses.