Press conferences seem like a chore for coaches and players, and doing them before the game doesn’t seem entirely necessary, but we live in an era that demands constant access and information.
Apparently everyone in Miami are pretty content, because when Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra sat down at the table for a pre-game conference there was nothing but crickets.
Spoelstra sat there for a few moments waiting for someone to ask him a question and no one did, so he took advantage and slowly stood up and slinked off stage and out the door. All while giving the press an approving thumbs up on his way out.
Great… now we won’t know if LeBron is starting.
[h/t] Bleacher Report
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