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Miami Heat center Chris Bosh seemed to have trouble staying awake during the first half of Thursday night's Game 7 of the NBA Finals, as he was seen letting out a huge yawn while sitting on the bench during the second quarter.
Sorry, Chris, are we keeping you awake? The Heat better have some coffee available in the locker room.
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Ah yes, Chris Bosh. The gift that keeps on giving. Just recently he was mocked in a Taiwanese Animation Treatment of Game 7 of the NBA Finals due to his scoring-wise no-show in the big game. Heck, he was compared to an ostrich once, for goodness sakes. But there have been good times, too. Chris [...]The post Chris Bosh nearly chokes on piece of confetti during celebration (video...
I unlike many, actually like Chris Bosh and acknowledge his vast contributions to the Miami Heat’s championship run these past two years.
So it pains me to this, but during the on-court celebration while the confetti was streaming down, the power forward was caught struggling a bit with a piece of confetti. Bosh just can’t seem to avoid these awkward moments.
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Chris Bosh had some words of advice for the fans who gave up on the Heat in the fourth quarter and left Game 6 early Tuesday night before the team’s historic comeback: “Don’t come back.”
"For all those guys who left, don't come back for Game 7." – Chris Bosh
— Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) June 19, 2013
One of the positives of the Miami Heat winning the 2013 NBA title, we get to see Chris Bosh celebrate the accomplishment.
It appears that Chris learned from last season’s victory and decided to don some protective eyewear before popping the champagne:
Also, check out the double-fisting action…
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Poor, Chris Bosh!
Even when he’s trying to celebrate normally, a rogue piece of confetti decided find his mouth…
Chris Bosh nearly eats rogue piece of confetti [Busted Coverage]
Bosh took it in the mouth
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