One of the Miami Heat's 'big 3' has spoken out after the Heat lost the NBA Finals for the first time in two years and he has slammed the teams entire season.
Chris Bosh appeared somewhat relieved on Sunday night as the team departed San Antonio for the final time after losing game five of the NBA Finals and forfeiting their crown as champions for the first time in two years.
Speaking after the season came to a humiliating end, Bosh said: "I don't think anybody really enjoyed this season like in years past,
"There was no, like, genuine joy all the time. It seemed like work. It was a job the whole year."
The Heat lost the finals series with the San Antonio Spurs in five games slumping to a 4-1 series loss with the final three games all going to the Spurs.
Perhaps even more depressing for Miami, San Antonio outscored Miami by 70 points in the entire series - the most in an NBA Finals.
Its not all been bad for the Heat however, finishing second in the Eastern Conference behind season long rivals the Indiana Pacers, Miami got their revenge by beating the Pacers to the Eastern championship.
Many have been speculating if Miami's big 3 will disband this summer as Bosh and team-mates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade all have the options of opting out of their Heat contracts this year.
Non of the players have ruled out a change of team and the upcoming off-season could see one of the most dominant teams in recent NBA history fall apart if the worst should happen.