‘’’”I take full responsibility for my actions,” Waiters said. “However, as I have stated time and time again, as any team member in the NBA I take responsibility when making mistakes.” “For this we all sincerely apologize to Miami for our behavior. I wish no disrespect to my teammates and the Heat organization.”
“My goal hasn’t changed; I just wanted to do the right thing and play the game the way it’s supposed to be played,” Waiters said, via ESPN Miami. “I think all of them feel the same way and I can’t blame them for what happened. When you’re a professional athlete everything is under the microscope. I let everyone down by my actions.” In the locker room, Heat front-office member Michael Beasley called Waiters “disgraceful,” according to a source close to Waiters. And on Saturday, Miami coach Erik Spoelstra, and Waiters’ agent, David Falk, were caught on camera berating each other on the team plane.
So the next time you see an athlete who makes a good play or a poor play on a key shot, watch to see what happens. And if anyone is still on to him, they can send that video to us, so we can tell how you messed up. In my opinion we should look at these things the way they should have been viewed years ago when they were reported. If we didn’t, things would have gone out the window years ago and no one would have taken the fall for what they did.