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Chris Bosh won't be playing Wednesday night due to the flu. Heat beat writer Shandel Richardson speculates that Shane Battier will start.
LeBron James should dominate, as usual.
No Chris Bosh (flu) tonight. Battier will likely start in his place.
— Shandel Richardson(@ShandelRich) February 6, 2013
Photo: Keith Allison.
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