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Ever since "The Decision," the basketball cognoscenti have argued over who should take over in crunch time for the Miami Heat. Dwyane Wade has proven his mettle in the closing moments of games many times, as has LeBron James, even if people don't always like to admit it. However, there are expectations for LeBron as a once-in-a-generation talent, and any situation in which he doesn't take over down the stretch reflects poorly on him for much of the basketball-watching public. Still, James and Wade are on the same team, and the decision over who should be the main guy at the end of games can't be defined by the expectations we've placed on one of those players since he was 16 years old. In fact, the third member of Miami's trio of stars thinks the decision is pretty easy. Here's what Chris Bosh had to say in an interview with Mark Anthony Green in this month's GQ (via TBJ): GQ: Quick hypothetical, toes aside: Let's say the game was tied. 10 ...
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