The World Champion Miami Heat Loses Back-To-Back Games To The New York Knicks and The Brooklyn Nets

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 11 January 2014

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The Heats Ray "Crybaby" Allen said the balls felt like they had been rubbed with cotton candy.

BROOKLYN - The Miami Heat went up north to New York City and ended up getting the "Heat" turned off as they were beaten by the Knicks of New York and the Nets of Brooklyn on back-to-back nights.

The Knicks beat the Heat 102-92 and the Nets defeated them 104-95.

Knicks Coach Mike Woodson said that he was proud of his team and he remarked that his players each gave 100 percent.

He then pointed towards the Knicks cheerleaders and added that the cute little gals also gave 100 percent, except for Stephanie Zellabreezi who was on her period.

New York forward Andrea Bargnani (#77) told reporters after the game that he was as happy as a flamingo at a gasoline station (?).

Nets Coach Jason Kidd was so thrilled at beating the world champions that he gave each player a $100 gift certificate to the world famous Cinderella Cafeteria in Manhattan.

Brooklyn forward Andrei Kirilenko (#47) said that beating the Heat was the happiest he had been since he kissed his bosomy algebra teacher back in high school.

Mizra Teletovic (#33) was so ecstatic with the victory over the world champs that he bought Coach Kidd three hot dogs after the game.

When LeBron James (#6) was asked what had happened to the Heat he shook his head and replied that the crowd was too loud.

"Both nights?" he was asked.

"Ah, dat be right. Boaf nights, yes."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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