Lakers guard Ron Artest weighed in on the Heat’s crying saga by saying it’s OK to let out your emotions. “In my psychology sessions, I sometimes cry with my therapist,” he said in an interview on NBA TV. “We cry and hug each other; hold each other and talk. I think it’s a good thing to cry and let your emotions out rather than keep it inside.” Artest added that he hoped someone hugged the unidentified Heat players who cried — according to Miami coach Erik Spoelstra, who later tried to change his story — after Sunday’s loss to the Bulls. “I would have hugged them and got some ice cream,” Artest said.