Chris Sheridan of ESPN reports:

Even though Heat coach Eric Spoelstra took plenty of heat for admitting that some of his players cried after Miami’s loss to the Bulls on Sunday, Mike D’Antoni doesn’t believe there’s anything wrong with shedding a few tears after a tough defeat.

“He’s just being honest and it happens,” D’Antoni said before the Knicks’ 131-109 win over the Jazz. “There’s nothing wrong with crying. Don’t we have a Speaker of the House (John Boehner) that cries? It’s OK. I’m sure they care and it will build something, if it doesn’t break them.”