Duncan Robinson says the cold outside the CAF should be cooler because of the cold weather at the FTX Arena.
During a visit to Atlanta Hawks during the Mimi Heat Sunday victory, Robinson described the following emotional home: “It was an amazing atmosphere. I’m definitely not surprised, and I don’t think anyone should be surprised. Our fans were amazing. It was always there, maybe a little too late to show up. But that’s what you get in Miami. ”
In a hotly-contested seven-match NBA series against the Hawks on Tuesday, the keeper said he could meet four seasons during his Miami tenure.
“I did not even know what people were talking about,” he said of Sunday’s comment. “I do not mean to tell you the truth. I mean, I think that’s just a very interesting thing, just to be seen in your own time, at your own pace. If anything, I think it is positive in many ways.
“Ever since I lived here, I have felt a little overwhelmed. I said, ‘Yes, I’ll be 11.’ 11 ፡ ends 15, 11 ፡ ends 20. So, just like island time, in some ways.
Unlike Robinson, Sunday’s game was the first real experience of Max Sturus in the Heat’s playoff atmosphere, it was considered a “white hot” theme this year, and it included everything.
“It’s amazing,” he said. Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly.
And, yes, as Strus put it, there were some butterflies in the first few minutes of meaningful post-race, now they fly like a starter.
“It was definitely different,” he said. “I think before the tip, everything was real. I just looked around, the crowd was very strong, and I had a little nervousness.
But as soon as the ball went up and the game started, those left and returned to normal.
Robinson said on Sunday that he had decided not to change his routine between games after shooting three of the eight with three points.
“I keep everything the same. Limit variables,” he said.
“In this way, do not over-compensate in one way or another and control only those who can control you.
Two days after losing the NBA Defender of the Year award and a day after the award, he said he was continuing with Boston Celtic keeper Marcus Smart Heath Central Bam Adebayo.
“A lot of people arrived,” he said. But now I can’t change. At that point, the agreement was reached.
The Udonis Haslem Foundation, in partnership with FTAX USA, announced that the two organizations will provide $ 50,000 in support for the two small businesses based in Miami.
“I value my ability to return to the proud Miami community by calling me,” Haslem said. “Since the outbreak of the epidemic, small businesses owned by people of color have been severely affected. With this partnership, we are committed to moving two small businesses in the community to the next level to start or help them and I look forward to seeing these businesses reach and reach their goals.
Businesses that need help can apply through udcares.org/smallbusiness and must be active for at least one year or show an annual income of $ 1 million.
The sponsorship will be announced in August.