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Injuries to key players most likely altered the outcome of the Post Season for the Chicago Bulls and the Orlando Magic; as the Bulls lost to the eighth seeded Philadelphia 76ers, after losing point guard Derrick Rose and center Joakim Noah and the Magic lost to the Indiana Pacers while center Dwight Howard underwent back surgery. The Miami Heat are now in a similar situation as the “Miami Herald” reported Monday that forward Chris Bosh could miss the rest of his team’s match-up against the Pacers, as MRI results revealed that the veteran strained an abdominal muscle on Sunday during the Heat’s 95-86 game one victory over Indiana.
The big man hurt himself with about a minute left in the first half of the contest while completing a dunk on Pacers center Roy Hibbert. Hibbert was called for a foul on the play; however it did not seem to be the cause of the injury. Bosh collapsed to his knees after the dunk, then made his shot at the line; he tried to continue playing, however the pain ...
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MIAMI—Chris Bosh won’t be taking the floor for the remainder of his team’s series against the Pacers, but he's wholly convinced he is still an integral and valued member of the Heat and has assured the nursing staff at his rehab clinic that his teammates would definitely be by to see him before visiting hours conclude today.
“They’ll be here any moment,” Bosh...
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has a strained abdominal muscle and will be out indefinitely, the team announced Monday after an MRI exam confirmed the injury. The 28-year-old Bosh suffered the injury in the first half of a 95-86 win over the Pacers on Sunday in the first game of the Eastern Conference semifinals. He had 13 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the floor and five rebounds...
Though the Miami Heat won Game 1 over a feisty Indiana Pacers in the second round of the playoffs, however, Chris Bosh suffered an abdominal strain in the win. And it seems this strain is much more severe than originally thought.
It was reported Bosh will be out indefinitely in the series versus the Pacers but now it seems more definite that Miami will be without one of the "...
For the Heat, the waiting game is under way. With Chris Bosh sidelined with a lower-abdominal strain sustained in Sunday's Game 1 of this best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Indiana Pacers, the question becomes whether the All-Star power forward can make it back for any of the remainder of the postseason. Bosh is being listed as out indefinitely...
MIAMI (AP) -- Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat left his team's Eastern Conference semifinal game against the Indiana Pacers with 43.6 seconds left in the first half Sunday with what appeared to be a groin injury.
Bosh was hurt while dunking the ball and being fouled one possession earlier. After making the free throw at one end, he started limping while heading back the other way...
Add the Miami Heat to an ever-growing list of NBA playoff teams that have succumb to a nameless, faceless foe.
The cruel, out-of-nowhere, stun-you-silent injury bug.
On Sunday, in Miami's Game 1 win over the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals, All-Star power forward Chris Bosh bulled to the hoop and dunked with venom late in the second quarter, straining a...
In game 1 of the Eastern conference semi-finals between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat, one third of the Heat’s big 3 suffered an injury that could cause him to miss significant time this playoff series. Chris Bosh suffered a strain abdominal muscle on this play during the second quarter of the game on [...]
Bosh lands awkwardly and strains an abdominal muscle after dunk drive. Silly rabbit. Dominant dunks are for men.
The NBA injury bug continues to run roughshod over the playoffs. The Miami Heat reported today that power flower forward CHRIS BOSH is out indefinitely with a strained abdominal muscle. Posh Bosh injured himself trying to put the power back in his forward game on this...
MIAMI -- Indiana center Roy Hibbert called the Pacers before Sunday's game the NBA's "best-kept secret."
They're still a secret.
Had the Pacers been able to take advantage of Miami big man Chris Bosh's injury in Game 1 of their East semifinal, plenty of folks would be chattering about them. Instead, as is often the case, people ended up talking about Heat...
It was pretty clear from Game 1 that this series is not going to be as easy as many predicted for the Heat. And while Bosh may not have been the best post presence, he is still talented down low on the offensive end and is far and away the most athletic “big man” the Heat have.
Joel Anthony and Ronny Turiaf won’t have another five minute stretch like the second half they had...
Mark and McNeill jumped on the mic to break down the NBA Conference Semifinals. Some of the topics include the impact Chris Bosh’s abdominal injury will have in the Miami Heat, Kevin Garnett jumping into his Delorian, the Lakers not playing with any passion and the epic roll the Spurs find themselves on.
Here’s the MP3 [...]
This week on The Slant, host Brad Stein interviews former Oregon State and current CFL football player Dorian Smith, author & motivational speaker Mark Eisenhart, and strength & conditioning coach Josh Hunt. Also, he discusses the impact of Chris Bosh's injury for the Heat, the LA Lakers' chances of upsetting the Thunder, and flopping in the NBA.
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The Indiana Pacers won game two of their series with the Miami Heat 78 to 75 Tuesday night. The series is now tied at one and heads to Indiana for game three on Thursday night.
The Pacers leading scores were David West with 16 and George Hill with 15 while Dwyane Wade had 24 and Lebron James had a game high 28 for the Miami Heat.
Many people thought that Miami would easily win...