“That team was put together by a great man in Pat Riley,” Gary Payton, left, said of the Heat’s 2006 title team. “When he put this team together, a lot of people said that he didn’t know what he was doing, he took a chance on all these guys, had attitudes, they were always this person that time, all of them had a different attitude toward the game.”
“That team was put together by a great man in Pat Riley,” Gary Payton, left, said of the Heat’s 2006 title team. “When he put this team together, a lot of people said that he didn’t know what he was doing, he took a chance on all these guys, had attitudes, they were always this person that time, all of them had a different attitude toward the game.” Carl Juste The Miami Herald Staff
“That team was put together by a great man in Pat Riley,” Gary Payton, left, said of the Heat’s 2006 title team. “When he put this team together, a lot of people said that he didn’t know what he was doing, he took a chance on all these guys, had attitudes, they were always this person that time, all of them had a different attitude toward the game.” Carl Juste The Miami Herald Staff

Gary Payton: Heat’s 2006 title team doesn’t need defending

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