Thursday, June 14, 2012

Late start + Heat loss = bad mood

The Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem scrambles for a loose ball by the Thunder's Kevin Durant.
Reach for that fourth cup of joe Wednesday? You’re not alone. The late start to Heat games is making us tired, cranky and less productive at work, a sleep specialist says.
At coffee shops and bagel joints across South Florida Wednesday, two major gripes more or less summed up the region’s general sense of malaise:

1. Does the Heat have anyone who can cover Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook?

2. Why the heck do they start these NBA Finals games so late?

Mornings after any Heat playoff loss are sour in these parts, but Wednesday’s mood was particularly bleak. Sleep deprivation piled on top of disappointment and anger has that effect.

Even Thunder fans are enamoured with LeBron James
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