Dwyane Wade rips Bulls as team falls under .500
By admin - 2017-01-26 14:02:15

Chicago Bulls shooting guard, Dwyane Wade, criticized his teammates after the team fell under .500 on the season.

Wade, a three time NBA Champion, asserted that many of his teammates did not care enough. According to Wade, in the Bulls locker room, losses did not hurt many players as much as they should. Wade was asked about team effort after a Wednesday night loss to Eastern Conference rivals, the Atlanta Hawks.

“Everyone don’t care enough. You got to care enough, man. It’s got to mean that much to you to want to win. And it doesn’t,” vented Wade. “I don’t know how you fix it. It just doesn’t mean enough to guys around here to want to win ballgames. It pisses me off, but I can’t be frustrated, and I can’t care too much for these guys. They have to care for themselves. You got to do better.”

Bulls teammate, Jimmy Butler, also called for more commitment to the team. He and Wade scored a combined for 73 points in the Wednesday loss.

“Motherf***ers just got to care if we win or lose,” seethed Butler. “At the end of the day, do whatever it takes to help the team win. You play your role to the tee. Be a star in your role, man. That’s how you win in this league, man. You have to embrace what this team, what this organization needs for you to do on either end of the floor.”