MIAMI -- Chris Bosh is now playing center. So logic says he should be listed on the NBA All-Star ballot as a center.
That's certainly the way Bosh sees it.
"That's my position now," the Miami Heat star said in an interview with FOX Sports Florida. "I think wherever you start out the season at, I think that's the most logical place as far as ballots are concerned."
There will be some intrigue when the All-Star ballot comes out in November. If Bosh is listed at center, rather than forward, the Heat have a decent chance to become the first team since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers to have three All-Star starters. That's because the center spot for the Eastern Conference could be wide open with the departure of Dwight Howard from Orlando to the Lakers of the West.
Heat forward LeBron James, who has started eight straight All-Star Games, and guard Dwyane Wade, who has started seven straight, are anticipated to open the Feb. 17 game in Houston. If Bosh is listed once again at forward, he...