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Chris Bosh has made his fair share of TV and other such appearances in front of the camera, especially since the Heat won the title last season. However, the above video is a first for him. Following in the footsteps of fellow NBA superstar Blake Griffin cluckin' like a chicken on Sesame Street, Bosh made an appearance The Disney Channel's original series Jessie. The episode he cameo's on is "Say Yes To The Messy Dress" and it's about a girl that moves to New York City to become a nanny to a group of kids.
It's not bad acting at all by Chris Bosh, although he probably won't want to quit his day job.
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Chris Bosh's rebounding numbers didn't go up and neither did his All-Star voting numbers.
At least not enough for Bosh and the Miami Heat to make history.
Had the center been voted into the Feb. 17 game in Houston, the Heat would have become the first team since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers to have three All-Star starters. It had been a foregone conclusion Miami forward...
The Heat would almost certainly need to trade Chris Bosh to make a significant trade.
Dwyane Wade spent his 31st birthday in Los Angeles facing off against the Lakers. When he woke up Friday morning, he found a sweet birthday gift waiting from The Collection, a 2013 McLaren. The same group also gifted Wade with a 2012 McLaren on his 30th birthday. The car’s worth, approximately $230,000. DWade posted the photo to his Instagram account. One irony, you’d think he’d...
Video: Reaches 20,000 points at age 28
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After winning the NBA championship last season, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has become somewhat of a hot commodity for television show cameos.Okay, at least for the Disney Channel..... Bosh made a cameo on their popular original series called "Jessie" starring Debby Ryan as a girl moving to New York City and becoming a nanny to a group of kids.The episode that Bosh starred...
Last night LeBron James added another accomplishment to his long list of records. In the Heat’s win over the Warriors James became the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 points.
James did so at 28 years and 17 days. The previous record was held by Kobe Bryant who got to 20,000 at 29 years and 122 days. Of course James did this the fastest because he started his career...
Happy Birthday Dwyane Wade! DWade turns 31 today (January 17th) and his stylist, Calyann Barnett gave us a sneak peek at his “birthday suit” – what he’s wearing not his body, silly – on Instagram. DWade is known for his flamboyant fashion sense, you already know that it’s going to be left of center. The suit is A. Sauvage, shoes: Louboutin, signature frames, Goliath...
When the Miami Heat went so far as to call center Dexter Pittman up from the D-League before Thursdays game to have an extra big body, you had to figure they really were concerned about Dwight Howard.
But if you just foul Howard, what is there to be worried about?
Ever since the Los Angeles Lakers picked up Howard last summer, there has been some concern about how the small and...
LeBron James added a few more accolades to his already illustrious career Wednesday night as his Miami Heat took the Golden State Warriors. He reached two career milestones, becoming the youngest player to ever reach 20,000 career points while also recording his 5,000th assist. But it wouldn’t be enough if that was all he did, right? So, he gave us two ridiculous dunks in the...
Remember back in the summer of 2010 when LeBron James decided to take his talents to South Beach? Remember when the Miami Heat then held a pep rally and LeBron James himself stated that they’re going to win “not 2…not 3…not 4…not 5…not 6…not 7″ NBA championship titles? They claimed [...]
OAKLAND,Calif. -- If there's one thing LeBron James has learned in his NBA career, it's that sometimes the best things aren't scripted. On a night that might have been called "The Milestones" if he'd been allowed turn a mid-January regular-season game in a place called Golden State into a made-for-TV extravaganza, James crashed through two historic NBA...
The rivalry between LeBron James and Kobe Bryant was not as large a television draw as usual Thursday night. Thursday’s Heat/Lakers NBA regular season game drew 3.6 million viewers on TNT, down 14% from the [...]