Eddie House has signed with the Miami Heat. (Adrian Wojnarowski)
Eddie House has reached agreement on a two-year, $2.8 million deal with the Miami Heat, his agent, Mark Bartelstein tells Y! Sports.
I’ve got only one question: Does Eddie House signing with the Miami Heat make him kind of like Johnny Damon? Because though I came to hate Damon and everything he stands for, I always wanted to love House. But now he’s signed with the NBA’s Yankees, where he will flank Dwyane Wade and Lebron James and combine with Mike Miller and James Jones to form a sick line of long-range assassins at the Three Am-egos side.
By the way, I’m now going to answer my question. No, House is nothing at all like Johnny Damon. He had no loyalty to the Celtics whatsoever after they shipped him away. House signing with the Heat does nothing to change the fact that he gave his all for years in a Boston uniform, and I will always appreciate House and wish him the best. His teammates, on the other hand? Well, they can go to hell. On their way to hell, though, they’ll probably pick up at least a few championships. I’m all for making a team earn its rings on the court, but the Heat are surrounding their stars with perfect complementary pieces. If their big men can stop anyone defensively, this team might win 86 or 87 regular season games. No joke.