Found May 13, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
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 and eventually fell to his knees in pain. Ronny Turiaf, who played only seven minutes during Miami's first-round series against New York, came in to replace Bosh, who was Miami's starter at center on Sunday. There was no immediate word on the severity of Bosh's injury.

Bosh out indefinitely with strained abdominal muscle

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...

Bosh out for entire series vs. Pacers and beyond?

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 "...

Chris Bosh Out Indefinitely With Strained Abdominal Muscle

MIAMI -- The Miami Heat say Chris Bosh will be sidelined indefinitely because of a strained abdominal muscle. An MRI exam performed Monday confirmed the diagnosis. Bosh was hurt late in the first half of the Heat's 95-86 victory over Indiana on Sunday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series. Game 2 of the series is Tuesday night. Bosh's minutes will likely...

Bosh latest in rash of NBA injuries

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...

Bosh's injury gives Pacers slightly better chance

Before the start of the Pacers-Heat series, I said the Pacers would need a key injury and a bit of luck in order to stand a chance of upsetting the Heat. Well, now they've gotten their key injury, with Chris Bosh sidelined indefinitely with an abdominal injury -- one that will probably rule him out of the remainder of the series.Of course, losing Bosh isn't the same as say...

Bosh exits Game 1 vs. Pacers with injury

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.

Chris Bosh's Injury Intensifies Pressure on LeBron James, Heat, But Hardly Erases Miami's Title Hopes

Miami's Big Three has quickly become The Big Two. But that doesn't mean they won't still win The Big One. Basic number crunching aside, Chris Bosh's injury undoubtedly makes reaching The Promised Land a much more difficult task for the Miami Heat. That's obvious when you lose a talented big man who gives you 18 points. 7.9 rebounds and more than 35 minutes a night...

Miami Heat suffer key loss in Game 1 victory

It should have been all smiles in Miami yesterday after the Heat took a 1-0 series lead over the Indiana Pacers with a 95-86 victory. LeBron James was handed his third MVP award before the game, and tormented the Pacers for 32 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists. However, news broke today that forward Chris Bosh is out indefinitely after suffering an abdominal injury in the first...

After Bosh’s injury, James and Wade play the best half they have together

Following a hard foul by the only true mismatch in this second round series, Indiana Pacers C Roy Hibbert took down PF Chris Bosh in what looked like a harmless hard foul. The damage was done, as Miami Heat PF Chris Bosh may have to sit out the series with an abdominal strain. It seems as if for some strange reason the Big Three (or the Miami Thrice) play their best...

Podcast: And Then There Were Eight

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 [...]

James, Wade power Heat after Bosh is hurt

MIAMI -- Changes are coming in Heat-Pacers.  For the Miami Heat, out of injury necessity.  For the Indiana Pacers, so they won't keep hearing whistles.  With the Heat moving to a 1-0 lead in this best-of-seven NBA Eastern Conference semifinal series with a 95-86 victory Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena, both coaches exited talking about adjustments.  Heat coach Erik Spoelstra...

Top 10 Pacers-Heat Game One Takeaways

10) Since LeBron James wished all of the moms a happy Mother's Day, America is now anti-mother9) Chris Bosh left with an abdominal strain, surprising most of America with the fact that he has any guts to sprain8) It was nice of the Pacers to stay in the game long enough to generate ratings for ABC for the full allotment of time 7) Seriously, there's never been a better shot...
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