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The Miami Heat have announced that a MRI has revealed a strained abdominal muscle for Chris Bosh and that he is out indefinitely.
Though, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade get most of the publicity, Chris Bosh is a major factor for the Miami Heat. The Heat already lack size that can contribute and losing Bosh just compounds that issue.
LeBron James was able to step up his rebounding in game 1 against the Pacers and it looks like he will be forced to do so for at least the rest of this series. We don’t think the Heat are dead in the water just yet, but this is certainly a huge blow for the title hopes.
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For the Heat, the waiting game is under way. With Chris Bosh sidelined with a lower-abdominal strain sustained in Sunday's Game 1 of this best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Indiana Pacers, the question becomes whether the All-Star power forward can make it back for any of the remainder of the postseason. Bosh is being listed as out indefinitely...
Though the Miami Heat won Game 1 over a feisty Indiana Pacers in the second round of the playoffs, however, Chris Bosh suffered an abdominal strain in the win. And it seems this strain is much more severe than originally thought.
It was reported Bosh will be out indefinitely in the series versus the Pacers but now it seems more definite that Miami will be without one of the "...
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The Heat star apparently took exception to how the Pacers celebrated so boisterously following Indiana's Game 2 win over Miami.
MIAMI -- The Miami Heat say Chris Bosh will be sidelined indefinitely because of a strained abdominal muscle. An MRI exam performed Monday confirmed the diagnosis. Bosh was hurt late in the first half of the Heat's 95-86 victory over Indiana on Sunday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series. Game 2 of the series is Tuesday night. Bosh's minutes will likely...
Add the Miami Heat to an ever-growing list of NBA playoff teams that have succumb to a nameless, faceless foe.
The cruel, out-of-nowhere, stun-you-silent injury bug.
On Sunday, in Miami's Game 1 win over the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals, All-Star power forward Chris Bosh bulled to the hoop and dunked with venom late in the second quarter, straining a...
Before the start of the Pacers-Heat series, I said the Pacers would need a key injury and a bit of luck in order to stand a chance of upsetting the Heat. Well, now they've gotten their key injury, with Chris Bosh sidelined indefinitely with an abdominal injury -- one that will probably rule him out of the remainder of the series.Of course, losing Bosh isn't the same as say...
Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat left his team's Eastern Conference
semifinal game against the Indiana Pacers with 43.6 seconds left in
the first half Sunday with what appeared to be a groin injury.
We all know about the hype that comes with the Miami Heat's "Big 3" that includes Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. I have been one of the biggest critics of the "Big 3," calling them the "Big 2 and a really good role player." Bosh would be the role player in my eyes because I never thought he was that great when he was the man on the Toronto...
Following a hard foul by the only true mismatch in this second round series, Indiana Pacers C Roy Hibbert took down PF Chris Bosh in what looked like a harmless hard foul. The damage was done, as Miami Heat PF Chris Bosh may have to sit out the series with an abdominal strain.
It seems as if for some strange reason the Big Three (or the Miami Thrice) play their best...
MIAMI (AP) -- David West scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, George Hill added 15 and the Indiana Pacers took home-court advantage away from Miami by beating the Heat 78-75 in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series Tuesday night.
LeBron James scored 28 points for Miami and Dwyane Wade finished with 24, but both missed big chances for the Heat late. James...
MIAMI -- Changes are coming in Heat-Pacers. For the Miami Heat, out of injury necessity. For the Indiana Pacers, so they won't keep hearing whistles. With the Heat moving to a 1-0 lead in this best-of-seven NBA Eastern Conference semifinal series with a 95-86 victory Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena, both coaches exited talking about adjustments. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra...
Mark and McNeill jumped on the mic to break down the NBA Conference Semifinals. Some of the topics include the impact Chris Bosh’s abdominal injury will have in the Miami Heat, Kevin Garnett jumping into his Delorian, the Lakers not playing with any passion and the epic roll the Spurs find themselves on.
Here’s the MP3 [...]