Miami Heat head coach, Erik Spoelstra, said that some of the Heat players were crying in the locker room after their 4th straight loss at the hands of the Chicago Bulls. Spoelstra, then wondered why the media was making such a big deal out of it, saying that the story was “sensationalized”, he then referred to the media coverage as “Cry-Gate”.

After Spoelstra’s initial comments, Ron Artest, who was on the set of NBA TV, was asked what he thought of players in the Miami Heat locker room crying after a regular season loss to the Chicago Bulls.