Heat Employ “No-Go-Out” Policy for Playoffs

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Published: April 19, 2009

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... nightlife as well, as most NBA players said it’s their favorite city to visit.
But, for at least the next two weeks, it’s off limits to the Miami Heat.

In a move you would expect coaches to make, captains Dwayne Wade and Udonis Haslem have instituted a “no-go-out” policy: as long as the Heat are in the playoffs, they’ll refrain from late nights and carousing, or face a fine.

It’s not a strict policy, where they will be confined to their rooms. Players can go out to dinner with their families and relax in their own way, just not into the wee hours of the morning. 

The policy doesn’t stem from any incidents; it’s just a message to the Miami locker room that they’re there for business, not pleasure.

Wade and Haslem saw what Miami does to players who stay there, and Haslem, who spent a summer in Atlanta, knows ...

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