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MIAMI -- Chris Bosh believes the Miami Heat are about to make history. And he doesn't
care how it's done.
The Heat center is expecting his coach, Erik Spoelstra, to name him to start Sunday's All-Star Game in Houston. He then would join LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in making Miami the first team in 23 years to have three All-Star starters.
"Yeah, I think so," Bosh told FOX Sports Florida after Wednesday's 99-94 win over Charlotte about his belief that Spoelstra, the Eastern Conference All-Star coach, will name him to replace injured Boston point guard Rajon Rondo in the lineup.
Spoelstra has hinted he could start Bosh, but hasn't given a definite answer. If it happens, the Heat would become the first team to have three All-Star Starters since the 1990 Los Angeles Lakers had guard Magic Johnson and forwards James Worthy and A.C. Green.
But wouldn't Miami's accomplishment carry an asterisk since the Lakers players all were voted into the game...
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Chris Bosh has thrown his Pacific Palisades, CA mansion on the rental market. Seeing as he spends so much time in Miami it makes sense that he decided to make some cash off of this money-hole instead of having it sit vacant.
At $45,000 a month, this place will end up costing you over half a million dollars in rent alone by years end. With this ridiculous price tag the property better...
It has been more than two seasons since Chris Bosh left the Toronto Raptors via free agency to join the Miami Heat, but many of the fans in Toronto are still bitter about it. On Sunday, a number of Raptors fans booed Bosh when they hosted the Heat. The 28-year-old center said he is surprised they have not gotten over his departure.
“Yeah, I’m a little surprised,” Bosh said...
The Heat's win Sunday afternoon did more than put them a half-game up on the New York Knicks, it also meant coach Erik Spoelstra was the recipient of a special honor.
Spoelstra will coach the Eastern Conference All-Stars on Feb. 17, the NBA announced after the Heat beat Toronto 100-85 Sunday.
It will be Spoelstra's first appearance as a head coach in the NBA All-Star Game...
The NBA announced Sunday that Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra has been named head coach of the 2013 NBA Eastern Conference All-Star team. Spoelstra earned the honor because the Heat has the best record in the Eastern Conference in games played through Sunday. The Heat is 30-14, a half-game ahead of the New York Knicks, who are 30-15. This marks Spoelstra's first appearance...
Miami’s 100-85 victory over the Raptors Sunday clinched Erik Spoelstra’s spot as coach of the Eastern Conference All-Stars later this month in Houston. Spoelstra, who will coach the All-Star team for the first time in his career, also hinted that he will start Chris Bosh after Rondo’s season-ending ACL injury left a vacancy.
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Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra...
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Rondo’s season-ending ACL injury left a vacancy in the Eastern Conference All-Star starting lineup. While many think 20-year-old first-time All-Star, Kyrie Irving, deserves the nod, All-Star head coach Erik Spoelstra recently hinted that he’ll start forward Chris Bosh. If the 8x NBA All-Star does get the starting role, it would make Miami the first team since the Lakers in...
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra had yet to give it any thought.
After all, he had only known he was the coach of the Eastern Conference All-Star team for a few minutes. His first decision is whether to start center Chris Bosh in the game Feb. 17 in Houston. He leaned toward having three Heat starters, with Bosh joining LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
The last team to have...
Chris Bosh won't be playing Wednesday night due to the flu. Heat beat writer Shandel Richardson speculates that Shane Battier will start.
LeBron James should dominate, as usual.
No Chris Bosh (flu) tonight. Battier will likely start in his place.
— Shandel Richardson(@ShandelRich) February 6, 2013
Photo: Keith Allison.
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James scored 31 points and Chris Bosh added 23 to lead Miami past Charlotte 99-94 Monday night, the Heat's 10th consecutive victory against the Bobcats.
Dwyane Wade had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Miami, which has won nine of its last 10 at home. James was 13 for 14 from the field, for a career-best 93-percent shooting. The Heat improved to 19-3 on their...
Just over two years ago, we were one of the first, if not the first, to tell you about a new professional basketball league: The Bikini Basketball League. It's been a slow process, but they've moved ahead to the tryouts stage. The above video is for women trying out for the Miami Spice (There was a rumor out there that Chris Bosh was going to tryout, but that proved unfounded...
Tweet With Rajon Rondo’s torn ACL removing him from the NBA All-Star game, Brook Lopez was recently announced as his replacement on the roster. However, what has yet to be addressed is who will take Rondo’s spot in the starting lineup for the Eastern Conference. Many people believed that Cavs guard Kyrie Irving was the [...]
After spending plenty of time on the road the last few weeks, the Miami Heat will likely be happy to return home on Monday.
That's when they will open a five-game homestand against the slumping Charlotte Bobcats, who will try to end a three-game losing streak after dealing with a scary injury in its last defeat.
Miami, which already defeated Charlotte 105-92 on Dec. 26, has...