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During the 4th quarter of the Celtics tough double overtime win over the Heat, Mr. Disappearing Act himself, Celtics forward Jeff Green again flashed his amazing athleticism with a monster dunk over Chris Bosh.
Green showed the nastiness the Celtics will definitely need with Rajon Rondo out with a torn ACL.
Video courtesy of Cosby Sweaters.
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That nutty Chris Bosh - always saying and doing nutty things. The latest? That he's a lock to make the Hall of Fame. What a crazy guy, right? After all, The Hoops Manifesto's esteemed voting panel unanimously voted Bosh out of the Hall back in the summer of 2011, and we are never wrong about anything ever. Except for this case - we could be wrong here - Chris Bosh...
Boston Celtics power forward Jeff Green dunked in the face of a stationary future hall of famer today, the Heat's Chris Bosh.
Bosh may have been mesmerized by the FCK LBJ chick.
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The Celtics got some bad news yesterday when guard Rajon Rondo was diagnosed with a torn ACL and will be out for the the rest of the season. And although the Celtics and their fans might be pulling their hair out over losing their floor general, Jeff Green gave the Celtics fans a reason to smile when they look back on this season.
Yesterday, the Celtics and Heat played a thrilling...
MIAMI -- Chris Bosh will head to Massachusetts for Sunday's game at Boston. One day, he expects to return to the state for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Bosh always has had plenty of confidence. Now, he's talking about how he will be enshrined in Springfield, Mass.
"Hell, yeah, of course. I've been a Hall of Famer four years ago," the Miami Heat...
Clearly, when Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is around...no one is safe from a photobomb.Not even Miami Heat owner Micky Arison:(Courtesy of Terez Owens)
Jeff Green took his startling drive to the basket, and wasn’t going to be denied. Chris Bosh was the only Heat player that tried standing up for the flying swingman, but was humiliated with the “Statue of Liberty” throwdown.
Check out the video above.
Chris Bosh didn’t just say he was a lock Hall of Famers, he said he was lock even before he relocated to South Beach and got a ring.
I think Bosh is a very underrated player, but these comments seem a little far fetched right now. Here is what he told Chris Tomasson of FOX Sports Florida about his Hall of Fame chances.
“Hell, yeah, of course. I’ve been a Hall of Famer...
The bewildered Celtics will need more of this from Jeff Green
Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh has a nice resume for himself, with eight All-Star selections for his soon-to-be 29-year-old self. He has also won a gold medal, an NBA championship and is currently averaging 19.7 points and nine rebounds per game for his career.
With that, Bosh has a great shot of being enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame once it’s all said-and-done. Bosh...
Wit the news that Celtics starting point guard Rajon Rondo has a torn ACL, Boston fans couldn’t have been all that happy about Sunday’s game against the Miami Heat.Although the Celtics came up just short in overtime, Jeff Green did deliver one of the better dunks of this 2013 season throwing it down on Chris Bosh. Video: @Jose3030
Though Chris Bosh has received quite a bit of scrutiny over the years he certainly has no doubt he’ll be a hall of famer when he retires.
Bosh always has had plenty of confidence. Now, he’s talking about how he will be enshrined in Springfield, Mass.
“Hell, yeah, of course. I’ve been a Hall of Famer like four years ago,” the Miami Heat center told FOX...
The Houston Rockets blow out the Utah Jazz by 45 points but all anyone was talking about after the game was the dunk by the Rockets James Harden. Just before halftime Harden beat his man off the dribble and went to the rim and dunked over Alec Burks. Harden finished the game with 25 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists.
On Sunday the Boston Celtics beat the defending champs in double...
Well, that wasn't fun. It's becoming clear that the bench is finally coming around but now the starters are slumping. The second unit gave us that big lead in the second quarter and then it went away when the starters came back in. But there's progress. We at least got one great half of basketball. One thing that always strikes me is all the complaints...
After a lackluster 2012 NBA Dunk Contest, the event really needs some reviving. In my opinion, they should go in the direction of less gimmicks and more sheer athletic dunks.
Jeff Green has compiled quite a resume of dunks during the 2012-2013 season, including what many felt was the dunk of the year over Al Jefferson, and a nice dunk over Chris Bosh on Sunday.
The NBA has yet...