Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 3/26/13
The Miami Heat seem to be having a whole lot of fun at the moment, and why wouldn’t they be? Winning is always a good time, and the Heat have ripped off 27 straight victories. Their last loss came on Feb. 1. For those of you who aren’t keeping track, it’s March 26. During their reign of terror throughout the NBA, the Heat have mastered the art of videobombing and photobombing. Chris Bosh is easily the most talented player on the team when it comes to interrupting interviews, but LeBron James did a fantastic job of it after Monday’s win over the Orlando Magic when he popped in on Ray Allen. It’s all about the element of surprise, and LeBron came out of nowhere. Couple that with the Cabbage Patch kid face and I’m sure Bosh is very proud of his teammate. I don’t know what has come over me, but the Heat are almost likable at this point. I still think Dwayne Wade is a douche, but LeBron has done a great job of repairing his image with moments like this and Bosh’s antics are starting to grow on me. Needless to say, I don’t enjoy this feeling. Related posts: Chris Bosh interview bombs LeBron James after Heat win (Hilarious GIF) LeBron James laughs in Kevin Garnett’s face (Video, Picture) LeBron James recruits Ray Allen in tweet

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