In Miami It's Shaq vs. Riley Will One Have to Go?

@vmenard (895)
United States
December 7, 2007 10:25am CST
The Miami Heat not only arent winning, they are fighting amongst themselves. Pat Riley and Shaqq are feuding and you wonder if they will both be able to survive a season.
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• United States
27 Dec 07
It is my opinion, that Shaq cannot be the one to go. He is too talented, and Miami Heat needs him if they want to have a championship title shot.
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@elmiko (6640)
• United States
4 Jan 08
Shaqs not getting the ball enough. Hes still has a high field goal percentage. I don't know why there not passing the ball to him as much. Thats probably why there losing more.
@AmbiePam (50090)
• United States
7 Dec 07
I am NOT a Pat Riley fan at all. I didn't like him with Knicks, but he further became a snake when he pushed van Gundy out the door. As for Shaq (not fond of him either), he needs to keep himself in good shape all the time. I know he is older, but he can still contribute way more than most big men. I don't know what they will do though. Getting rid of Shaq would be a bad PR move, and Pat Riley is more than just the coach, he's got higher up duties as well. If I had to pick though, I'd say they would get rid of Shaq.
@vmenard (895)
• United States
29 Dec 07
I think Pat Riley should step down as head coach and keep the duties he had when Van Gundy was coach. I also think it was awful what they did with Van Gundy.
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@AmbiePam (50090)
• United States
29 Dec 07
I hope Orlando treats van Gundy right, since he is their coach now. I can't believe how transparent Riley was on getting the head coaching job at the Heat.