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Heat star Chris Bosh left New York on a private plane Wednesday night and returned to Miami to be present at the birth of his son, Jackson.
This guy is an interview photobomb master.
What a great day for Chris Bosh! He flew home to Miami to witness the birth of his first son Jackson, then flew back to New York and "son'ed" the Knicks with his Miami Heat - giving them a commanding 3-0 lead in the best of 7 series.
With the Boshtrich on his high perch (mandatory bird joke), we felt it necessary to post...
Heat forward Chris Bosh looked set to miss Game 3 with the Knicks on Thursday after he apparently rushed home to Miami to attend the impending birth of his first son.
Bosh, who has a two-year-old daughter by a former girlfriend, has been carrying a beeper throughout the series in readiness for a due date in the third week of May.
But a message posted online by his heavily-pregnant...
Adrienne Bosh loves a photo op! Check out more photos of Chris Bosh’s newborn son, Jackson Bosh. Baby Bosh made his debut Thursday, May 3rd at 3 AM in Miami. His stats, 7lbs 9 ounces and 20.5 inches long. Mommy is posting photos and tweeting so the two are doing fine! Congrats to the happy [...]
Heat forward Chris Bosh stepped onto the court at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night with one thought in his head.
''I've got to impress my son, the first game he watches,'' Bosh said.
Someday, the kid is going to love this story.
On the same day his wife gave birth to a son they named Jackson, the All-Star had nine points and 10 rebounds in Miami'...
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh may miss Game 3 of the Eastern Conference first-round series against the New York Knicks after heading home for the birth of his child. The Heat arrived in New York at 6:30 p.m. ET Wednesday. They were told later that night that Bosh was needed in Miami, and he flew on a private plane. His wife, Adrienne, posted a photo on a social media account saying...
Chris Bosh aka Bosh-Spice, who already has a kid and faced a paternity suit in 2009 from an ex-girlfriend, is expected miss Game 3 against the Knicks at MSG on Thursday night to fly back to Miami to attend the birth of his son by his wife, Adrienne Williams, who he married last year.
Don't expect the Boshtrich to be poppin' up at the Garden for Game 3.
One of these days, much like planking and Tebowing, videobombing will run its course and become somewhat less cool than it was at its height. Videobombing may never go away completely, and its arc is much more gradual than those internet fads that seemingly come and go by the time Facebook does another complete overhaul. The master of the videobomb in sports is without a doubt...
Chris Bosh videobombed teammate Dwyane Wade during a postgame interview on Thursday night after the Miami Heat's Game 3 playoff win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. It was the second game in a row that Bosh dropped a bomb after the game, as LeBron James was the victim after Game 2.
This time, Wade was bombed from behind by Bosh, but it served as a smooth...
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh videobombed teammate LeBron James and a FOX Sports reporter during a postgame interview following the Heat's Game 2 playoff win over the New York Knicks.
Bosh slowly popped his head up from the bottom of the screen in front of James and the reporter, with James and the reporter getting a good laugh
LeBron has been responsible for an occasional...
When LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami in the summer of 2010, the idea wasnt to win a title or two.
At least, not if you listened to James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, who told the world on their own stage that the goal was to win six or seven championships. And they sounded like they believed it would be that easy.
Now, this isnt to trash James for his Decision Show or desire...