Please see the last post for Al Golden's comments on UM's recruiting class.
Meanwhile, here's what an angry Chris Bosh said after the Heat blew another 10-point fourth quarter lead in a loss to dreadful Minnesota tonight:
"Upteenth time. Gave up a 10-point lead like it wasn't anything. For some reason, a 10-point lead is nothing for this team. It doesn't matter who we play."
"Hell, yeah, it's a missed opportunity and we're not going to get it back. You're in a situation where you can't afford to lose any games. Things are slipping away from us. We're about to be out of the playoff seeding. We're not concentrating and I don't understand that. It's a game we could have got. All we had to do was concentrate. We're shooting ourselves in the foot by not focusing on the game. I don't even know what we're focusing on, but it's not the game."
At 21-28, the Heat leads No. 9 Brooklyn (20-28) by just 1/2 half.
"Not a cushion anymore, is it?" Bosh said. "Detroit is playing well and kicked our ass. We're making it more interesting than it has to be. We're not that good to just show up and win."
### Hassan Whiteside (24 points, 20 rebounds, two blocks, 12 for 13 shooting) became only the fourth player in the last 30 years to produce a game with 20 points, 20 rebounds and at least 90 percent shooting, joining Dwight Howard, Dikembe Mutombo and Charles Barkley... Whiteside posted the Heat's first 20/20 since Shaquille O'Neal in 2004....
Whiteside has 101 points, 92 rebounds and 23 blocks over six games. According to Elias, only one other Heat player has had a six-game stretch with those numbers: Alonzo Mourning. The last NBA player to do it? Dwight Howard in 2013.
Again, please see the last post for Golden's comments from today.... Twitter: @flasportsbuzz