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The Miami Heat used a short Vine video to show the Heat players huddling and getting pumped up for Game 4 against the CHicago Bulls. That is all fine and dandy, but at second glance one thing stuck out as a bit odd. Take a close look at Chris Bosh who is closest to the camera and notice how he just rubs his butt over and over. Interesting method of getting your gluteus maximus ready for a game, but who am I to judge.
[Miami Heat, via Caleb]
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Tweet I’ll make this brief… We get that some NBA players are looking to make fashion statements with their pre/post game attire, but this outfit Dwyane Wade left the hotel wearing is over the top: Come on, man. Give your son back his pants, Dwyane. -ALR
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Can we just say congratulations or are you guys going to go all Lil Wayne on Chris and Adrienne?
I hope you do the right thing.
Chris Bosh’s wife is pregnant again. Must be a @miamiheat playoff tradition! Congrats to @mrsadriennebosh on #BabyBosh2
— Adam Kuperstein (@AdamNBC6) May 13, 2013
I am starting to think they have a cameraman just dedicated to watching Chris Bosh.
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Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade came to the United Center for Monday night's Game 4 against the Chicago Bulls wearing capri pants and no socks. Not exactly a popular fashion choice, but to each his own.
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