Found June 02, 2012 on
We often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose of 'enemy chatter' from Miami.
On a night when the Boston Celtics were determined to hit the Heat literally where they're hurting by pounding the ball inside to Kevin Garnett, Miami had no options to counter. For the previous five games, the Heat were able to overcome their lack of reliable depth inside the paint.
But for the first time since Bosh went down with the strained abdominal muscle he sustained in Game 1 of the previous series against the Indiana Pacers, Miami played like it completely missed its most effective interior player...
The question facing the Heat now is, how will they respond Sunday? Among the answers could be to utilize seldom-used center Dexter Pittman, who became available in Game 3 after serving a three-game suspension for a flagrant foul he committed in the Indiana series. But Pittman lacks the ...
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Chris Bosh could be back with the Miami Heart for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Unless Bosh suffers a setback in workouts leading up Tuesday night's game against the Boston Celtics, the Heat hope to activate the All-Star, ESPN.com reported.
Bosh has missed nine playoff games since he suffered an abdominal strain in the opener of an Eastern Conference semifinal series...
Looking good, Chris…looking real good.
When you can’t play, you root for your teammates. And when you run out of encouraging things to yell to your fellow Heat players, you sit on the sidelines and make goofy faces like this at them. Chris Bosh—funny face maker, consummate teammate, possible human/velociraptor hybrid.
Celtics tie up the series at 2-2 after beating the...
Chris Bosh is expected to return for the Miami Heat in Game 5. (ESPN Boston) According to multiple sources, the Heat are hoping to activate Chris Bosh for Tuesday’s Game 5 if he doesn’t suffer a setback in workouts over the next two days. Bosh declined to discuss his status following the Heat’s 93-91 overtime loss to the Boston Celtics on Sunday, which tied the series...
Chris Bosh took part in shootaround with Heat this afternoon in Boston. Team continues to decline to reveal return date.about 1 hour ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite@WindhorstESPNBrian Windhorst Based on recent activity, I suspect Bosh could try to play now, certainly by Game 5. But Heat will see how series goes & not push itabout 1 hour ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite@WindhorstESPNBrian...
BOSTON (AP) -- Miami coach Erik Spoelstra says Chris Bosh will not play for the Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Boston Celtics.
Bosh will miss his ninth straight game Sunday with a lower abdominal strain. Spoelstra says that Bosh's status is "still indefinite."
The Heat lost their All-Star forward in Game 1 of the second-round series against...
After going up 2-0 on the Boston Celtics, the Miami Heat looked primed to take the series and advance to the 2012 NBA Finals. However, once the series shifted to Boston, the Celtics were able to hold home court and ties the Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2 as the series will now shift to Miami for a pivotal Game Five.
What got Boston back into the series has been a healthy dose...
Chris Bosh participated in Friday morning's shootaround with the Heat in Boston ahead of Game 3.
LeBron James has had too many nights like this, where he couldn't get enough help for long stretches of the game.
It's just that most of them were back in Cleveland.
With a quiet first half from Dwyane Wade and little contributions from any other starter, James' 34 points were wasted in a 101-91 loss Friday night that cut the Miami Heat's lead over the Boston Celtics...
The Heat hope to activate Chris Bosh for Game 5 if he doesn't suffer a setback, according to sources.
Chris Bosh will be out for Game 4 Sunday night, but the Celtics are all ready to go. Joel Anthony has been given the late start at center over Rony Turiaf for the Heat. “We haven’t played a 48-minute game in this series. Tonight to win, we have to play all 48.” Celtics coach Doc [...]
What did they do to me? “They” being the Miami Heat; the LeBron James/DWade…sometimes Chris Bosh, Miami Heat. What did they do to me? That’s a fair question. But this goes beyond LeBron and his ridiculous claims of winning “not 2, not 3, not”…ahhh, you know the rest. Beyond DWade’s declaration that they were “arguably the [...]