Found January 13, 2012 on
by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
Chris Bosh, more than anything else, is known for his inability to be anything but candid with his words and emotions. Prior to taking his talents to South Beach, this trait made him mildly popular with fans and media, as they grew to appreciate this refreshing break from the usual athlete-speak clichés.
These days, however, Bosh’s honesty only seems to create headlines.
During an otherwise harmless Q&A with GQ magazine, Chris Bosh says that he prefers teammate Dwyane Wade taking the Heat’s last-second shots instead of LeBron James (and, um, himself.)
Controversy! OK, not really … :
GQ: … Let’s say the game was tied. 10 seconds left. You had 30 points, LeBron’s got 30, and Wade’s got 30. You got the same amount of rebounds, same amount of assists—having the same great game. Who takes the shot at the end to either win or lose the game. Chris Bosh: “[immediately] Dwyane.”
GQ: Why? Chris Bosh: “Because of his success in the past, given what he’s do
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DENVER -- Denver coach George Karl called Miami before Friday's night's game likely the best team in the NBA.
Perhaps he was wrong.
As far as the NBA standings are concerned, the Heat aren't even the best NBA team in their state.
Miami (8-4) dropped its third straight game 117-104 to the Nuggets at the Pepsi Center to fall a half game behind Orlando in the Southeast...
The Heat choked last night as they were outscored 39-22 in the 4th quarter and O.T. last night. Dwyane Wade (34 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 4 steals and 1 blocked shot) and LeBron James (26 points, 11 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 steals) led the way for the Heat last night. Chris Bosh (16 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 blocked shot) and Mario Chalmers (12 points, 1 rebound...
The condensed season is leading to tons of unfortunate player injuries, and the most recent and perhaps the most important and worrisome one yet may have been Dwyane Wade’s ankle sprain last night. Some details, via ESPN: “Dwyane Wade’s had countless sprained ankles in his life but said he was never in as much pain as he was after rolling his right ankle Friday night. Wade...
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade left during the fourth quarter of Friday's game at Denver with an apparent ankle injury.
While you were sleeping, the Heat played its sloppiest game of the season.
After three road losses in a row and growing injury concerns with Dwyane Wade, the Heat is home and will try to regain its edge.
QB Dwyane Wade runs the no-huddle offense and hits TE LeBron James on a deep route for two plus the foul like he’s been hanging out in Dan Marino’s backyard getting quarterback lessons.
The Heat only shot 39.5% from the floor last night and they were outscored 9-3 in O.T. last night which doomed them. LeBron James finished up with 23 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 steals last night, but, he only shot 7 of 19 from the floor while turning the ball over six times! Mario Chalmers had a solid game offensively with 18 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists last night...