Found May 01, 2012 on
The NBA Passionista:
Yesterday it seemed the video of the day was the ‘Dwyane Wade throws Bibby’s shoe’ video, but not so quick my slanderous friends, this video trumps that in the hilarity aspect. Bosh had his “I’m gonna troll Bron Bron so hard” face on…. This was just lovely, so much in fact, that I want this ‘Bosh [...]
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Heat star Chris Bosh left New York on a private plane Wednesday night and returned to Miami to be present at the birth of his son, Jackson.
Heat forward Chris Bosh looked set to miss Game 3 with the Knicks on Thursday after he apparently rushed home to Miami to attend the impending birth of his first son.
Bosh, who has a two-year-old daughter by a former girlfriend, has been carrying a beeper throughout the series in readiness for a due date in the third week of May.
But a message posted online by his heavily-pregnant...
All-Star Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh decided to have a little fun with a Fox Sports cameraman while a Fox reporter was interviewing Heat teammate LeBron James:
Heat forward Chris Bosh stepped onto the court at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night with one thought in his head.
''I've got to impress my son, the first game he watches,'' Bosh said.
Someday, the kid is going to love this story.
On the same day his wife gave birth to a son they named Jackson, the All-Star had nine points and 10 rebounds in Miami'...
MIAMI (AP) -- Heat forward Chris Bosh may miss Game 3 of Miami's Eastern Conference first-round series in New York on Thursday after being summoned home because his wife was preparing to give birth.
The Heat were told late Wednesday that Bosh had to return home. Bosh left from New York on a private plane, and his wife, Adrienne, posted a photo on a social media account saying...
Chris Bosh aka Bosh-Spice, who already has a kid and faced a paternity suit in 2009 from an ex-girlfriend, is expected miss Game 3 against the Knicks at MSG on Thursday night to fly back to Miami to attend the birth of his son by his wife, Adrienne Williams, who he married last year.
Don't expect the Boshtrich to be poppin' up at the Garden for Game 3.
Sometimes a moment is only as good as the way you capture it. The Miami Heat have been interview bombing each other all season, so it should come as no surprise that Chris Bosh pulled the move once again after the Heat beat the Knicks on Monday night. The corresponding GIF that you see above, however, was perfectly captured by the folks at Got Em’ Coach. Typically the bombing...
The Miami Heat are feeling pretty good about themselves.
They scored another double-digit victory against the Knicks on Monday night, 104-94, giving them a 2-0 series lead in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
After intense scrutiny from his past playoff performances, LeBron James appears to be more focused this postseason.
The likely league MVP is averaging 25...
One of these days, much like planking and Tebowing, videobombing will run its course and become somewhat less cool than it was at its height. Videobombing may never go away completely, and its arc is much more gradual than those internet fads that seemingly come and go by the time Facebook does another complete overhaul. The master of the videobomb in sports is without a doubt...
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh videobombed teammate LeBron James and a FOX Sports reporter during a postgame interview following the Heat's Game 2 playoff win over the New York Knicks.
Bosh slowly popped his head up from the bottom of the screen in front of James and the reporter, with James and the reporter getting a good laugh
LeBron has been responsible for an occasional...
When LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami in the summer of 2010, the idea wasnt to win a title or two.
At least, not if you listened to James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, who told the world on their own stage that the goal was to win six or seven championships. And they sounded like they believed it would be that easy.
Now, this isnt to trash James for his Decision Show or desire...
MIAMI (AP) -- Dwyane Wade scored 25 points, Chris Bosh added 21 and the Miami Heat beat New York 104-94 on Monday night, sending the Knicks to an NBA-record-tying 12th straight postseason loss.
LeBron James finished with 19 points, nine assists and seven rebounds for the Heat, who lead the Eastern Conference first-round series 2-0.
Carmelo Anthony scored 30 points on 12-for-26...