http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/basketball/bulls/ct-spt-0325-bulls-chicago--20100324,0,7214528.storyThe postgame rhetoric flowed freely in South Florida on March 12 in the direct aftermath of the Heat's chippy victory over the Bulls.
Dwyane Wade said "Brad (Miller) can stop crying." Miller accused the Heat of "trying to be tough guys" and defiantly proclaiming "we'll see them again."
Like on Thursday, with a national cable audience watching and major playoff implications at stake.
"I don't worry about it," Miller mumbled Wednesday at the Berto Center. "There's always a chance that stuff can spill over. We'll see. I'll play the same."
Don't let Miller's typically mellow off-the-court act fool you. He remembers getting whistled for a dubious flagrant foul on Wade that set off a wild sequence in which Miller drew one technical and Kirk Hinrich received two, as well as an eventual one-game suspension for bumping official Bennie Adams.