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GIFs, NBA / Dec 8, 2014 / 1:00 pm

Video: Bosh’s Hustle Leads To D-Wade Behind-The-Back Dime To Josh McRoberts

Josh McRoberts, Dwyane Wade

The Grizzlies got back to their winning ways against the Heat on Sunday with a 103-87 victory despite Marc Gasol‘s rather perfunctory performance shooting the ball. The Heat looked good on one play, though, when Chris Bosh dove to save a loose ball and Dwayne Wade threw a behind-the-back dime for the Josh McRoberts slam. Read More »

GIFs, Video / Dec 5, 2014 / 11:45 pm

Giannis Antetokounmpo Posterizes Chris Bosh

Giannis Antetokounmpo, Chris Bosh

The Heat weren’t expecting such overall brilliance from the Bucks tonight. But Jason Kidd‘s surprising Milwaukee team outscored them in the final three quarters for a relatively easy, 109-85, win at the decrepit BMO Harris Bradley Center. During the win, Giannis Antetokounmpo showed off his long-limbed athleticism when he posterized Chris Bosh with a tasty dunk from the wing. Read More »

GIFs, NBA / Nov 24, 2014 / 12:15 pm

Chris Bosh Gives Heat Lead On Fadeaway, Al Jefferson Misses Game-Winning Tip

Marvin Williams, Miami Heat

The margin between winning and losing in basketball can be a matter of inches. Tens of possessions decide whether a game’s final moments matter, but once they do a humbling reality always becomes abundantly clear: This is a make or miss game. Just ask the Charlotte Hornets. After Chris Bosh hit a tough baseline fadeaway to put the Miami Heat up one with 31 seconds left, Kemba Walker and Al Jefferson just missed far easier shots on the game’s final possession that would have given their team the win. Read More »

Latest News / Nov 18, 2014 / 1:30 pm

Chris Bosh Was Wary Of “Pressure” That Came With Joining Houston Rockets

Chris Bosh

Despite its many advantages, an unyielding spotlight can still be harsh. Just ask Chris Bosh. In an interview with CBS Sports’ Ken Berger, the Miami Heat All-Star says that he elected against signing with the Houston Rockets this summer because “all that guarantees is a bunch of pressure.” Read More »

GIFs, Latest News / Nov 3, 2014 / 3:45 pm

Warriors’ Klay Thompson, Heat’s Chris Bosh Named Players Of The Week

Klay Thompson, Chris Bosh

Klay Thompson and Chris Bosh are playing under heightened expectations in 2014-2015. After scoring a four-year, max-level extension on Friday, the 24 year-old Golden State Warriors sharpshooter is charged with playing like one of the best wings in basketball. And no longer in the shadow of LeBron James, the All-Star lefty must resume the alpha dog status he sacrificed four years ago for the Miami Heat to remain an Eastern Conference contender. If their play in the first few games of the regular season is any indication, Thompson and Bosh won’t have any trouble living in brighter spotlights. The pair were named Players of the Week in their respective conferences after leading the Warriors and Heat to undefeated records. Read More »

Latest News / Oct 30, 2014 / 4:45 pm

Video: Chris Bosh Scores 26 Points, Grabs 15 Rebounds In Miami’s Debut Win

Chris Bosh, Marcin Gortat

So much for Chris Bosh needing LeBron James to succeed. In his first game without The King at his side in four seasons, the Miami Heat’s new franchise player scored 26 points, pulled down 15 rebounds, and dished four assists in his team’s season-opening win over the division rival Washington Wizards. Read More »

NBA / Oct 24, 2014 / 4:30 pm

The Top 20 Centers In The NBA Right Now

Marc Gasol, Joakim Noah

The true center is a dying position, but big men haven’t been completely scrapped in terms of their relevance and impact in the NBA. Despite being erased from the All-Star ballot two seasons ago, when you peruse a box score the position is still manned by someone — even if only in name.

The league has a laundry-list of talented big men, but we wanted to ascertain who might be the best at the center position, so we compiled a list of the best in the NBA today. What you will find here are the names of players manning the middle who are important to their teams based on both previous history/accolades and potential impact this coming season. Stats and analytics tell the story for some, while untapped talent and opportunity tell the story for others. It’s all relevant. Read More »

Smack / Oct 10, 2014 / 8:00 pm

LeBron James Calls Recent Comments By Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade “Surprising”

Chris Bosh, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade

The Miami Heat are moving on from LeBron James. Nothing to come out of South Beach in the immediate wake of James’ departure or in the months since have refuted his impact on the organization the past four seasons, or outright chastised him for returning home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. But a small war of words has been simmering nonetheless, and grew hotter this week when Chris Bosh said that he hasn’t talked to LeBron since The King’s decision and “doesn’t have much time” for players not on his team. Read More »

Smack / Oct 10, 2014 / 1:30 pm

Report: Cavaliers, Heat Avoiding Social Engagements In Brazil

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade

A common critique of the modern NBA is that it lacks the competitive spirit – hatred is a better word – of the 1980s and 1990s. Players are friends first and opponents second, detractors say. That sentiment passes muster; growing up playing AAU basketball and the presence of social media keep these guys far closer socially than their predecessors. We don’t think that’s a bad thing, but can understand those that enjoy an air of outright vitriol in a basketball game. Might the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat be headed that way? It’s doubtful, but there are signs pointing the game’s newest rivalry is heading that direction. Read More »

Smack / Oct 9, 2014 / 4:15 pm

Chris Bosh Says Playing For Cavs Will Be “Very Difficult” For Kevin Love

Kevin Love, Chris Bosh

Basketball isn’t played on paper. Point guards aren’t pitchers, and centers aren’t goalies. It’s always remiss to expect players on new squads or just-formed super-teams to enjoy the success basic talent levels suggest. The 2007-2008 Boston Celtics are the exception to the rule; the 2010-2011 Miami Heat and certainly 2012-2013 Los Angeles Lakers are the norm. Read More »