Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace defends Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
There's probably no reason for concern for those people who call themselves "fans" of the Miami Heat, at least not any time soon, but NBA MVP LeBron James said he would consider missing a Heat game to watch the Dallas Cowboys play in the Super Bowl.
The bigger story here is that the Heat's team plane does not have wi-fi or satellite television, something many commercial flights have nowadays, which forced James and his teammates to miss much of, if not all of, Sunday's Super Bowl as they were traveling back to Miami from an afternoon game in Toronto.
“If the Cowboys were in the Super Bowl, I’d stay there for the game,” James told the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
James would likely take some heat — pun intended — from those Miami "fans," but now that he's won a title and finally gotten over that hump, it probably wouldn't last too long.