Erik Spoelstra isn’t spending too much additional time looking back at what went wrong for the Miami Heat last season.
To him, the exercise would be pointless.
The easiest thing for the Heat to have done this summer would be to have blamed a 37-45 record – which kept them from the playoffs – on the illness that struck Chris Bosh and the injuries that limited Dwyane Wade and others over the course of the year. But Spoelstra, in a roundtable session with the team’s beat writers Thursday, said he wasn’t accepting any excuses for what went wrong.
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