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Chris Bosh went 6-for-13 in Miami’s Game 2 win over Oklahoma City on Thursday, and that shooting percentage was actually much higher than his high five percentage. As you can see in the video above, Bosh completely airballed on a high five with Ronny Turiaf.
But that’s not all.
As The Basketball Jones points out, Bosh also missed on a high five with Dwyane Wade. Here’s a gif via CJ Zero:
Missing on two high fives in the same game? That’s pretty bad. But what if we told you that he also bricked on one during Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals?
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Following Game 2 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder, Chris Bosh and Ronny Turiaf had a very funny misunderstanding. Check out the absolute struggle that ensued when Turiaf tried to get a high five from Bosh. Fool me once…
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In the second quarter of game two of the NBA Finals, Miami Heat reserve Ronny Turiaf wanted a low-five from Chris Bosh heading into a time-out.Bosh thought that Turiaf wanted a high-five and both of them failed to connect on the first attempt:(Courtesy of Rant Sports)
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- All-Star forward Chris Bosh is back in the starting lineup for the Miami Heat.
After coming off the bench in the first four games since returning from an abdominal injury, Bosh was back in the starting lineup for Miami for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night.
He replaced Udonis Haslem. The rest of Miami's starting five is LeBron James, Dwyane Wade...
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Four current and former NBA players who have had heart surgery communicate with each other regularly through phone calls and texts. One is playing in the ongoing NBA Finals, so you better believe the other three are paying close attention.
Its been like a fraternity out...
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LeBron James cannot do it all himself and in Game 2 of the NBA finals he got help from his teammates especially Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The big three and Shane Battier carried the Heat to a 100-96 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Bosh and Wade both bounced back from weak games in game 1.
Bosh started for this game for the first time after being injured. This was...
WFAN's Mike Francesa, "Chris Bosh is Heat's best 3-point shooter."
Sportspope did the legwork:
2012 Miami Heat Players 3-point percentage:
Mike Miller .453
James Jones .404
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