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Why does it seem like everyone is picking on Chris Bosh? The Miami Heat big man was nutmegged not once, but twice during the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday in Houston.
First, Chris Paul, who won MVP honors, went through the big man’s legs by the baseline during the second quarter. Then just before the first half ended, Tony Parker did the same thing.
Paul later explained in an interview with TNT’s David Aldridge that Bosh was playing up so close on the point guards, that was their only way around him. Hey, whatever works.
Bosh did get CP3 back though by photobombing the point guard’s MVP moment:
Photo via @WorldofIsaac
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