Found December 04, 2013 on
Wow! Just wow!
The Heat and Pistons met last night in Miami where early in the first quarter, Brandon Jennings found Josh Smith trailing off a steal which led to Smith obliterating Chris Bosh.
And if that wasn't bad enough, the Pistons upset the Heat 107-97 and broke their 10-game winning streak.
Check out Bosh getting crushed. Hide the kids. It's about to get ugly.
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Chris Bosh has made an excellent living playing professional basketball. However, don't expect the Miami Heat center to watch a game unless he is playing in it."I had to stop watching basketball," Bosh said after Tuesday's 107-97 home loss to the Detroit Pistons. "I can't even watch basketball. 'Oh, really, you're playing like that? Golly!'...
Will we see a collab on the court between Childish Gambino and Chris Bosh any time soon?
Chris Bosh is an NBA superstar with an impressive career that has included eight All-Star appearances and two world championships under his belt, along with making the All-NBA Second Team in 2007. Most people would be content with that resume, but Chris Bosh can now lay claim to the fact that...
This is interesting to me because I always wondered if top players in the league watched primetime games on television like the rest of America.
If you ask Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, the answer is a resounding no.
“I had to stop watching basketball,” Bosh said after Tuesday’s 107-97 home loss to the Detroit Pistons. “I can’t even watch basketball. ‘Oh, really, you’re...
Josh Smith is generally not a guy you want to jump with if you’re a defender and he’s in flight towards the rim. Brook Lopez knows this. So does Serge Ibaka. Joel Anthony can be added to the list as well.
Fast forward to Tuesday and we find Chris Bosh in between Josh Smith and the hoop.
There aren’t many guys in the NBA who...
During the first quarter of the Heat-Pistons game, Josh Smith threw down a big transition dunk on Chris Bosh. The whole first quarter was fantastic for the Pistons as they ended it having a ten-point lead over the defending champions. The post VIDEO: Josh Smith Posterizes Chris Bosh appeared first on The League News.
JOSH SMITH and the Detroit Pistons rolled into Miami with plans on competing with the Heat. They did much more than that as Smith caught CHRIS BOSH trying to contest this first quarter fastbreak foray…
Lord Jesus, Mary and Joseph! The last place Bosh wanted to find himself was on the wrong end of a Pistons fastbreak with Smith barreling down the lane to receive the pass. Posh...
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we love poster dunks and during tonight’s match-up between the Miami Heat/Detroit Pistons, we had a pretty impressive one.
In the first quarter of play, watch as Pistons star Josh Smith rises for a big dunk over Chris Bosh and puts CB1 on a poster:
Smith image courtesy of Getty Images
(Courtesy Lynne Sladky - AP)
If Chris Bosh had not scored 13 straight points for the Miami Heat in the closing minutes of Sunday evening's contest, the Charlotte Bobcats would have handed the defending NBA champions their 4th loss of the 2013/14 season.
If I had made a move on a girl I liked in high school when she actually felt the same way back, she probably would...
Josh Smith didn’t have a successful return to Atlanta on November 20 as the Pistons fell to the Hawks. When the Pistons made a trip to the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, they wanted to make sure Brandon Jennings didn’t suffer the same fate.
Jennings, who spent his first four seasons with the Bucks, was booed loudly every time he touched the ball. He seemed jittery as he missed...
Thanks to the Instagram account of Charlie Villanueva, we learn that the creative team for the Detroit Pistons have created a rather amusing video for fans to wish them, “Happy Holidays”.
The below Instagram clip shows dancing elves with players heads superimposed over them:
Josh Smith image courtesy of Getty Images
When a team is going for its third straight championship, the month of June and the playoffs is its only focus, so the prospect of taking a night off here or there is certainly likely.
And despite the Pistons looking intent on throwing the game away for most of the fourth quarter, Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith woke up from nightmarish final stanzas to do just enough to help the...
MIAMI -- Falling behind by a significant amount was nothing new for the Miami Heat.
Failing to come back was.
Miami held one lead -- after Chris Bosh scored the game's first basket -- before soon trailing the rest of the way en route to a 107-97 loss to the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Good-bye 10-game winning streak. Hello four-game road trip...