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Bosh has had back to back solid games in the NBA Finals.
He won’t be the reason the Heat win a championship, but it doesn’t look like he will be the reason they lose it either. But, please Christopher don’t spit all over the court.
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As much as flopping has continued, the fine amounts obviously aren’t enough. NBA fines Miami's Chris Bosh $5,000 for flopping in Game 4 — Chris Mannix (@ChrisMannixSI) June 14, 2013
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Chris Bosh had several huge defensive plays at the end of Game 6 to help the Miami Heat pull out the thrilling three point victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Good no call by the refs on this Bosh block of Green. Bosh also had a huge swat of Tony Parker near the end of overtime.
The NBA announced that Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has been fined $5,000 for flopping during the first half of Game 4 in the NBA Finals.
The flop happened during the second quarter. Bosh was trailing Spurs forward Tim Duncan as the two headed back down the court when Duncan established position in the paint to post up Bosh. As Spurs guard Gary Neal approached with the dribble,...
The man of many faces is back at it again, and this time he is foaming at the mouth. Check out Chris Bosh spitting everywhere and screaming like a dinosaur.
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Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh came through in a huge way, blocking Danny Green in overtime to force a deciding Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals.
The Miami Heat's Big 3 of Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh look mad fresh before Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat said he became upset when he saw the NBA and the security at American Airlines Arena preparing for the Larry O’Brien Trophy presentation when the Heat were down 5 with 22 seconds left. He should be more upset with the Heat fans that hurried to the exit to beat the traffic. A couple of thousand fans attempted to beat the rush, giving up on their team...
Chris Bosh provided great defense for the Heat down the stretch of Game 6, blocking the Spurs’ last two field goals attempt in overtime. First, Bosh blocked Tony Parker’s jumper with the Spurs down 1 and 33 seconds remaining, and later swatted Danny Green’s potential game-tying three at the buzzer to help the Heat hold on to win Game 6, 103-100, and force a Game 7.
As the Heat trailed by 10 points entering the fourth quarter, the NBA began to prep for a Spurs postgame championship ceremony which irritated LeBron James and Chris Bosh and helped fuel a furious rally that resulted in a OT and Heat 103-100 win to force a Game 7. There would be no celebration Tuesday night.
According to the Miami Herald:
“I noticed it,” James said. “We...
Danny Green has set the record for most three-pointers made in an NBA Finals series, but Chris Bosh was adamant the Miami Heat will limit the San Antonio Spurs guard's open looks in Game 6 on Tuesday.
"[Green] won't be open tonight," Bosh said.
Tony Parker said after Game 5 that he could not believe the Heat continued to give Green open shots.
In Green's mind...
Ray Allen’s 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force overtime, and LeBron James 32 points helped the Miami Heat stay alive in the NBA Finals Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat beat the Spurs 103-100
The Miami Heat have their backs against the wall heading into Game 6 of the NBA Finals, and San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green is a big reason for that. With six three-pointers in a Game 5 win on Sunday, Green set an NBA record with 25 three-pointers made in a playoff series. According to [...]
With Tim Duncan out of the game it gave an opportunity for Chris Bosh to get the crucial rebound off the Lebron James missed three-pointer and feed it to Ray Allen who nailed a three for the ages. Allen, one of the NBA’s best three-point shooters of all-time knocked down a three from the baseline with 5.2 seconds left in the game despite being smothered by Tony Parker. Then Parker...