Netease Sports reported on October 18:
It's been almost a week since the finals, but for Heat forward Claude, it is still a hit.
Claude recently posted a news on INS, saying that his sleep quality is terrible and his failure in the finals is still seriously haunting him.
"Last night, I had the nightmare of Game 6 of the Finals...This is the damage and blow after the finals! I still feel very sick." Claude wrote.
Objectively speaking, the Heat are already one of the biggest winners of the season. As the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference, they made their way into the playoffs, and eventually they were devastated and reached the finals.
It can only be said that Claude and the Heat have extremely high demands and expectations. Immediately after the finals, Heat star Butler appeared in the gym and began physical training. Now, Claude’s voice shows that they are not reconciled, and they will definitely want to make a comeback next year.
Crowder is a titan of the Heat's front line. This year's playoffs averaged 12.0 points and 5.6 rebounds per game. He has always been the team's starting forward.