As a former video coordinator and someone who developed game plans for upcoming opponents for Pat Riley during his first 13 years with the Heat, Erik Spoelstra got used to many long nights in the film room.
With the Heat still in position to play four different teams ? Philadelphia, Cleveland, Boston or Toronto ? when the playoffs begin next weekend, Miami?s coach knows exactly the kind of headaches his video guys are going through these days preparing for the postseason.
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?I walked in this morning early and it literally looked like they?d been here all night, bags under their eyes,? Spoelstra, 46, said Sunday after practice. ?I remember those days. They?re not fun, especially when there are so many different possibilities right now.
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?We had less technology so it took more time [back when I did it], but I love telling them that literally 75 percent of their work is just going to get dropped in the trash can. That makes me smile. That makes me feel better. They?re going to go through hours and hours of sleepless nights, knowing the majority of that is going to be totally worthless.?
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