Jun 19, 2012; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade talks to the media during the post game press conference after game four in the 2012 NBA Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder at the American Airlines Arena. Miami won 104-98. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

2012 NBA Finals: Thunder vs. Heat Game 4 Postgame Interviews

Chris Bosh talked about the Miami Heat family and “staying in the moment.”

    “You know, the family environment here, we’ve felt it since day one,” Bosh said. “It’s is one of the biggest     families, if not the biggest, in the NBA. And they really make you feel that when you come here. It’s really     spilled over into our toughness, our togetherness. We’ve been through a lot together and that’s what the     journey is about.”


Mario Chalmers talked about his confidence in big moments. He finished with 25 points on 9-of-15 shooting.


LeBron James (26 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds) talked about his leg cramps and clutch 3-pointer despite his calf hampering him.


What did I take away from Dwayne Wade’s postgame presser? Other than his back flip shades? Well, nothing.


Confronted by the national media, Russell Westbrook was especially candid.

    “What you guys say doesn’t make me happy, make me sad,” Westbrook said. “It doesn’t do anything. It’s all     about my team and us winning the games so I don’t have a personal challenge against you guys. It’s not     me against the world. It’s not the world against me. It’s me and my teammates trying to win.”

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