Chris Bosh recently bestowed his official blessing upon anyone (including emissaries from his own team) referring to him -- at least from time to time -- as an NBA center.
It was quite a revelation.
Anyway, after adding six pounds of offseason sinew and becoming aware that Kevin Garnett has no problem with working at the five in Boston, the Miami Heats card-carrying power forward welcomes the categorical alteration.
Does this act of altruism suggest a sea change for the NBA? And will the league become cuckoo with power forwards running around at center? Well, according to an assistant coach weighing in on the subject of centers in the worlds greatest league, the answer is simple.
As the sport continues to evolve, he said, coaches will continue to worry less about traditional positions and concern themselves more with putting their best five players on the floor.
Its really nice of Bosh to say hes willing to play center on a more full-time basis, I guess, but a lot of his time i...