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Larry Brown Sports:
Chris Bosh chewed out teammate Mario Chalmers late in the third quarter of Game 3 between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls, much to Joakim Noah’s delight.
The discord between Bosh and Chalmers seemed to begin after Chalmers turned over the ball on offense. Chalmers was trying to drive the lane and then looked to pass when he encountered multiple defenders. He turned it over on an errant pass in Bosh’s direction.
On the next possession, Jimmy Butler backed down Chalmers and dished to Taj Gibson for a layup and foul. Before Gibson went to the line, Bosh lit into Chalmers. Noah came over after a few seconds and gave a bunch of claps, clearly pleased that the Heat teammates were bickering.
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