On what he likes about the Jazz | They got big bodies with Millsap and Jefferson and Favors and Kanter. And I think Gordon Hayward is a really good player as well and those guys play together. One thing about this team they're going to play together each and every night so we're going to have to be ready for it.
On pressure facing the Heat in every game | I was referring to all of our games as the playoffs. That's how it is, everybody plays well. Because of that our margin for error is minimal. We have to make sure we concentrate from the get-go. Do a good job on the boards, take care of the ball and not really have any mental lapses because against a good team like this at their crib, you'll shoot yourself in the foot if you do that too many times."
On his role | I like to go inside and out, if I have opportunities in the post, I want to play in the post. With LeBron and Dwyane playing in the post a lot of my looks come on the perimeter. I just have to make sure I'm consistent with those shots, make sure I'm aggressive, and make plays when it's time to make plays."
Whether the pressure is increased after winning title | The margin of error is very minimal for us, because teams play so well. We have to stay concentrated at all times, there's no time for letdowns, even for one minute of the game. It's stressful, but that's all a part of it. We asked for it. We earned it and we have to continue to earn it."
Coach Erik Spoelstra
On Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap | Obviously their paint game and post up game is one of the biggest things we have to contend with and those two guys are forces, they really are. They put a lot of pressure on your defense - not only to stop them, but to not foul them. And they're even more aggressive here at home.