Evan Turner knew the type of reaction he would get when he took to the United Center court in Saturday's Game 1.

The crowd booed him when he entered the game. The crowd booed him whenever he touched the ball.

Turner is a Chicago native but his high school history with Chicago's beloved Derrick Rose and saying the Bulls were an easier opponent than the Heat had Bulls fans slightly perturbed.

But Turner didn't care.

"They're not playing on the court," he said. "To tell you the truth, I only worry about my teammates, the opponent and the positive people like my family and friends in the stands. I don't worry about the people that don't play on the court."