Found November 26, 2011 on That NBA Lottery Pick:
PLAYERS: Chris Bosh
TEAMS: Miami Heat
For those of you thinking that a Cryotheraphy Chamber is a work of fiction, Miami Heat star Chris Bosh recently tried one out at Nike in Oregon.

Below is the rather interesting picture:

(Courtesy of Terez Owens)

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