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Since we last checked in on the big picture of the NBA, the Oklahoma City Thunder (12-2) and Chicago Bulls (12-3) have made it clear that they’re the early favorites and the teams to beat, despite Chris Bosh’s assurance that his Miami Heat (8-4) are still the best team in the NBA. What a relief that is, too. Because their star and leader, Dwyane Wade, is dealing with a foot injury that typically sidelines players for weeks and even months, I figured the Heat might focus on winning instead of talking. But that would be boring and thankfully Bosh is stepping up.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Lakers (10-5) got their swagger back – namely from Kobe Bryant and his return to MVP form – which leaves the Orlando Magic (9-3) in a precarious situation as the trade deadline nears. As it stands, Lakers center Andrew Bynum is playing almost as good as Dwight Howard, so the Magic could be losing their best trade scenario, and as the Nets continue to blow, Howard has now shifted his focus to th...
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AROUND THE WEB
Chris Bosh had easily his best game of the year last night, as well as one of the best coast to coast finishes we have seen from him. Bosh went for 30 points but none more well done than this spin move to massive dunk. Good to see Bosh stepping it up a bit.
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Chris Bosh and Ryan Anderson don't create shots like Derrick Rose and Kobe Bryant do, but they should be recognized as impressive, efficient scorers.
MIAMI, January 16 - USA Basketball announced today that the Miami HEAT's Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have all been selected among the 20 finalists for the 2012 USA Basketball National Team.
LeBron James scored 33 points and Chris Bosh 30, and the Miami Heat used a historic third-quarter turnaround to erase a big deficit and beat the San Antonio Spurs, 120-98, Tuesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.
The Heat erased a 17-point, first-half deficit by torching the Spurs in the second half, and LeBron James had 33 points and 10 assists to help end Miamis three-game skid.
There was much ado over Miami's "Big Three" heading in to this season. Almost as much has been made over their "struggles" in the early going. So are LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh Bosh really the NBA's top threesome? And, if not, are they struggling as bad as people are making them out to be. That is what I'm looking to discover...
LeBron James and Chris Bosh combined for 63 points in the absence of Dwyane Wade, and the Miami Heat dominated the second half en route to a 120-98 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday.
LeBron James scored 33 points, Chris Bosh added 30 and the Miami Heat used a historic third-quarter turnaround to erase a big deficit and beat the San Antonio Spurs 120-98 on Tuesday night, snapping a three-game slide. Miami outscored San Antonio 39-12 in the third quarter -- the second-largest differential for any quarter in Heat history, and the second-worst differential for a period in Spurs...
LeBron James scored 33 points, Chris Bosh added 30 and the Miami Heat used a historic third-quarter turnaround to erase a big deficit and beat the San Antonio Spurs 120-98 on Tuesday night, snapping a three-game slide.