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Chris Bosh either sees the writing on the wall, or he has a sour taste in his mouth from being robbed.
The Sun Sentinel is reporting that Bosh is putting his 12,368-square-foot home on Miami Beach on the market. Bosh said the decision was made with his family in mind, because his wife, Adrienne, is expecting the couple’s second child, and not because of concerns about the direction of his playing career.
“Things change,” he said before the Heat practiced at the AT&T Center in preparation for Thursday’s Game 4 of theNBA Finals, with the Heat down 2-1 in the best-of-seven series. “It’s looking to see if another spot is open.”
Bosh reportedly is a neighbor of Heat guard Dwyane Wade, and the two have gotten used to spending a lot of time together.
Bosh’s home was burglarized in April, with $479,000 worth of watches, rings, purses and cash taken. Bosh made it clear that he plans to be with the Heat for the rest of his career.
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Miami Heat center Chris Bosh drew a foul on San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan with a massive flop during the second quarter of Thursday night's Game 4 of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center.
Duncan was setting a pick to allow teammate Gary Neal to drive to the basket when the embellishment by Bosh drew the attention of the referees who called Duncan for the foul. If...
SAN ANTONIO -- Chris Bosh is now 5,000 poorer. But at least what he did worked.The Miami Heat center was fined that amount from the NBA for a flop in the second quarter of Thursdays 109-93 win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.Bosh went flying with 6:07 left in the quarter when Spurs forward Tim Duncan nudged him. Duncan was called for an offensive foul, and it wiped...
AT&T Center - Through two NBA Finals games against the San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is shooting 46% from the field, averaging 12.5 points per game, 7.5 rebounds, 3 steals and one block.
Bosh is also averaging two 3-point attempts and he’s yet to make one. Shooting 3-pointers is something Bosh said the Spurs want him to do Tuesday at the Heat’s shoot...
SAN ANTONIO -- Chris Bosh might have had a poster on his wall of Tim Duncan while growing up. But he hasn't been standing around and admiring Duncan during the NBA Finals.He's been holding his own.The Miami Heat center was mostly paranormal in the Eastern Conference finals win over the Indiana Pacers. Before Game 7, he said he had apologized to his teammates for his play...
Chris Bosh admitted he sometimes struggles to accept his supporting role with the Miami Heat.
But he said there is no desire to be the leading man in a lesser situation.
"To be honest with you, I don't want to be the man, like in Milwaukee, no disrespect to Milwaukee," Bosh said. "But I like Miami. There's certain things that you have to go through and give...
Miami's Chris Bosh threw down easily his biggest dunk of the series at the end of the first half of Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals -- but it was well after the buzzer. Fail.
Eat a dick, Chris Bosh. The league also fined Manu Ginobili for general floppiness in the Finals. But he’s European, that’s expected.
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LeBron James sported a camo jacket to signify hunkering down for Game 4 of the NBA Finals. However, Dwayne Wade thought a man purse was cool, and don't even get us going on Chris Bosh.
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Lil Wayne explained his relationship with the Miami Heat, including negative comments he made about their top players.
Los Angles Lakers forward Metta World Peace says he’s a big fan of Miami Heat star LeBron James. But he thinks the reigning MVP needs to step it up in the NBA Finals. “Mentally, the Spurs are strongest right now,” World Peace told ESPNLosAngeles.com prior to the Heat’s 113-77 loss to
The Miami heat pushed "The Button" on Thursday in San Antonio, a button they seem to use only when they really need it, like Popeye's spinach.
LeBron James showed up in camouflage, which may or may not have been a coincidence, and the Heat got big games from their Big Three, using a fourth-quarter surge to put away the Spurs, 109-93 .
So the narrative of the series...
SAN ANTONIO What happened: Miamis Big Three are back.
At least they were Thursday night
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh had their best combined outing in awhile. It came when the Heat were in dire need of a victory, and they got one at the AT&T Center. The 109-93 triumph tied the NBA Finals 2-2.
James had 33 points, Wade had 32 and Bosh had 20 points and 13 rebounds...