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For those of you wondering what Miami Heat star Chris Bosh is up to, he’s currently overseas on a goodwill mission for the National Basketball Association in India.
The fine folks over at NBA.com/NBA India have been following Chris around and below are just a few photos of how Bosh’s trip is going:
All Images courtesy of NBA.com and NBA India
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After the Miami Heat amnestied Mike Miller, I thought that would be the end of the Heat’s involvement with the thirteen year NBA veteran.
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