When Wade was asked by the Sun Sentinel if he knew who Marquette was playing in the first round of the Big East Tournament, the guard had no idea.
“I don’t even know who they open up with in the Big East Tournament,” Wade said. “That’s not good. I’ve totally shut it down. I don’t want to hear anything. I want to focus on what it takes for us to get this ship right again.”
Chris Bosh has done the same thing, avoiding the Internet as well.
“I’ve been in my own world for the past 24-48 (hours),” Bosh said. “I really don’t know what’s going on. I haven’t watched TV. I haven’t been on the Internet. I’ve just been out doing other stuff. I’ve heard a little bit about it. My friends try to talk about it. I shut it down right off the bat.”
Something tells me LeBron James isn’t sitting in his mansion staring at the wall.
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