Found January 31, 2013 on
If you thought the Miami Heat would have trouble while facing the Brooklyn Nets sorry to break the bad news, but you thought wrong. Last night the Heat cruised to a victory winning 105-85; however the highlight of the night actually didn’t include LeBron James. Who would have imagined that?
Chris Bosh was the star of the night by default. During the first quarter Joe Johnson served Bosh with a nasty crossover. I suppose later on during the game Bosh decided he wanted to get some revenge. You can’t just go around breaking people’s ankles like that Joe Johnson with facing repercussion.
So what does Bosh do you ask? Bosh being Bosh in his purest fashion, decided he wanted to play with the big boys. While Reggie Evans was attempting a jump shot, Bosh flopped to the ground without being touched. I don’t want to speculate where he learned his flopping technique at, but I am sure he has some excellent teachers in South Beach.
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Miami Heat center Chris Bosh drew a foul call on Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans with a flop on a three-point shot in the third quarter of Wednesday night's game at the Barclays Center.
Bosh threw his head back and shot the ball about 30 feet up in the air as he pretended he was hit by Evans, who may have grazed Bosh after the shot was taken. However, the refs called the...
The Miami Heat didn't have much trouble with the Brooklyn Nets last night beating them 105-85. The real story of the night was Chris Bosh if you can believe it. Bosh got his ankle broken by Joe Johnson in the first quarter of the game and would have fallen to the ground if it wasn't for a teammate that helped him stay up. Later in the game Bosh wanted some payback and...
Joe Johnson puts Chris Bosh on skates as he hits him with a nasty crossover and drills the mid-ranger:
Chris Bosh is most likely feeling the effects from this Joe Johnson crossover even today. On Wednesday night during the Heat and Nets game in Brooklyn Joe Johnson took Chris Bosh off the dribble to a very deep and dark place. Check out the cross-up which sent Bosh flying into teammate Udonis Haslem and looking more lost than a child wondering into the middle of the movie ‘Inception...
Nets guard Joe Johnson broke out his handles Wednesday night when his team faced off against the Miami Heat. Check out this video of Joe going one-on-one against Chris Bosh and crossing him over.
The Nets ultimately got blown out on their home court, 105-85.
While we’re on the subject of Joe Johnson, let’s check out his game day ensemble. Joe opted to rock camo pants, Jordans...
I actually have something funnier than Joe Johnson absolutely shaking Chris Bosh, but let’s see that first.
Now for the funny stuff.
The league has opened their eyes to the flops around the league starting this season. Reggie Evans (seen in video) is one of the kings of flopping. So it comes to no surprise that players will take the reputation of Evans and use it against him. I just never thought that person, being Chris Bosh, would flop while taking a jump shot. Arguable the worst call of the night (sorry...
There are times where things speak for themselves. I don’t want to waste too much time talking here because you just need to watch the video. Courtesy of Blacksportsonline
Video: Of course Chris Bosh gets made fun of
LeBron James took responsibility to look for Chris Bosh more often on offense, as will the rest of the team.
Chris Bosh brings along a few tiny friends to meet Ray Allen who cause chaos in the training room in this new Foot Locker Kids commercial also featuring Bosh’s son, Jack:
Pacers forward David West battles Chris Bosh(Photo: Pacers)
They did it again. The Pacers beat the Miami Heat. At home. In another tough, physical game. And still without star forward Danny Granger.
And this time, the Heat knew what to expect. Head Coach Erik Spoelstra told reporters they watched film from their last meeting again on Friday morning.
“It was eye opening…similar...
Before the Brooklyn Nets 105-85 loss to the Miami Heat Wednesday night, Nets forward Reggie Evans got the trash talk going by questioning the Heat's NBA title last season. LeBron James kept it going by
P.J. Carlesimo is convinced after a month on the job: The Brooklyn Nets are a winning team.
He still needs to see, even after one of the best months in franchise history, if they can consistently be one against the teams already at that level.
Well, here comes their chance.
The Nets begin a tough three-game stretch Wednesday night against LeBron James and the NBA champion Miami...
The Brooklyn Nets are coming off their first home loss under P.J. Carlesimo, and now they must host the Eastern Conference's best road team.
While the Nets and their top scorer have cooled off a bit, the Chicago Bulls have gotten hot behind a pair of role players heading into their first game in Brooklyn on Friday night.
Since Carlesimo took over for the fired Avery Johnson...