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As the Miami Heat media victory tour continues, Heat forward Chris Bosh was a guest last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Watch as Chris talks about his late night run to Taco Bell after the title and a myriad of other subjects:
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I knew that Allison Mathis video probably wasn’t a good idea. Chris Bosh’s lawyer has sent an injuction against Mathis for releasing the video. There was also information in the letter about a bulk payment of $250,000 Bosh gave to her as well as a laundry list of lifestyle necessities (private school, health benefits and [...]
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Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel live last night. He showed that he is a goofy, goofy guy. He talked with Jimmy about what it was like in the locker room after winning the championship and all the reporters had left (I was tired.), where he went to eat after the game (Taco Bell), and how LeBron can’t actually rap.
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Chris Bosh has taken his name out of consideration for the London Olympics, becoming the second Miami Heat player in as many days to make the move over injury concerns.
Bosh announced the decision Friday through agent Henry Thomas. Bosh is still recovering after straining an abdominal muscle during the second round of the playoffs. He missed nine games, though did return for the...
Chris Bosh's participation in this summer's Olympic games is by no means a guarantee.
MIAMI (AP) -- Chris Bosh has taken his name out of consideration for the London Olympics, becoming the second Miami Heat player in as many days to make the move over injury concerns.
Bosh announced the decision Friday through agent Henry Thomas. Bosh is still recovering after straining an abdominal muscle during the second round of the playoffs. He missed nine games, though did...
Miami Heat power forward Chris Bosh has taken himself out of consideration for the 2012 USA Olympic basketball team.
Bosh will miss the Olympics to rest and rehab his abdominal injury he sustained in the Heat's first game of the second-round series against the Indiana Pacers.
Bosh is the second Heat member to pull out of the London 2012 Olympic games due to injury. Dwyane Wade...
After the whole Chris Brown/Drake New York night club scuffle, it would be safe to assume that some intrepid individual would try to cash in on the idea of Brown/Drake boxing match.
It only took a couple of weeks but celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman is ready to get them fighting each other again as he has offered each of them one million dollars to duke it out:
The King stands alone. Looks like LeBron James will be the only member of Miami Heat’s “Big 3″ to play for Olympic Gold in London this summer. Following the announcement that Dwyane Wade won’t be competing this summer, Chris Bosh has pulled his name from the Olympic hat as well. Bosh never fully recovered from [...]
Team USA's basketball’s roster for their men’s team is not written in stone.
Some feel that it has but after Players View spoke with Team USA’s media rep Craig Miller, we found out that indeed the roster spots are still very much up for grabs.
Please click the link below to read this feature that predicts Team USA's final roster of 12.
As the stars of the Miami Heat continue their championship media tour, they stopped by ABC's "The View" to talk with the rag-tag group of famous ladies.Check it out the entire video in the below video:
MIAMI Miami guard Dwyane Wade has dropped out of the Olympics. Could Heat big man Chris Bosh be next?
Boshs agent, Henry Thomas, wouldnt confirm Thursday that Bosh, a finalist, definitely will play in the games in London. He said he will have a discussion Friday with Bosh, who missed nine games during the playoffs due to an abdominal strain before returning to play in the final...
Every Thursday night Jimmy Kimmel blesses us with ‘This Week in Unnecessary Censorship,’ and every Friday we are happy to share the clip with you. This is the kind of humor that never gets old, like poop jokes.
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June 26, 2003.
That was the day LeBron James, Darko Milicic, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade were drafted into the NBA. To date, the 2003 draft class is considered one of the greatest of all time because of the influx of talent.