Found November 06, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Chris Bosh
TEAMS: Miami Heat
Last night the Miami Heat nor the Toronto Raptors had Chris Bosh playing for them. Chris Bosh didn’t play due to the birth of his daughter on Monday. The Heat have won 12 straight against the Raptors since Bosh has joined the team. I’ve been complaining about Miami not playing with energy or explosiveness. Maybe they read my article (I doubt that), but they looked like themselves last night. Despite being down by four points going into the fourth quarter, the Heat were in reach of taking control. They made Toronto play Miami Heat basketball and opened up the fourth quarter  with a 12-0 run. When the Heat are in reach and make teams run with them, there’s no hope for opponents. LeBron James had a monstrous game as he scored a season high of 35 points grabbing eight rebounds along with eight assists. This was the 67th time in LeBron’s career with a 30 point, eight rebound, and eight assists game. For a quick comparison, Michael Jordan did it 52 times.  James also reached the double-digit point mark for 500 straight times. James has more games scoring at least 50 points (nine times) compared to nights where scores less than 10 (eight times). LeBron has reached double figures since January 6, 2007 against the New Jersey Nets. All of these accolades are beyond impressive by James. He deserves the praise because he has matured into becoming one of the best all time. Like I’ve said before, he’s the face of the NBA. He’s a leader, a good player, a businessman, and a family man. LeBron James Commercial for Samsung Galaxy: Family time The Heat won 104-95 giving them a 3-2 record for the season. The energy and explosiveness was there last night. LeBron took control of the game and his energy rubbed off on his teammates. It’s a spillover effect. When LeBron, Wade, or Bosh are playing well and show they’re hype about the game; it trickles down to the rest of the team. Dwayne Wade scored 20 points, grabbed six rebounds, and added five assists. He looked a lot better on the court and the rest he’s taking  is slowly paying off for him. Ray Allen also played well as he added fourteen points and overall the whole Heat team looked better. Thursday night will be a true test for the Heat. They host the Los Angelo’s Clippers who are very hot right now with a 3-1 record. Chris Paul is leading the Clippers in style putting up high numbers like 40 points a game and 10 assists. I’m sure the Clippers will be happy to bring their “lob city” style of play to Miami to spice up the game. The Clippers seem to be lacking defense but with their new coach Doc Rivers, they should be ready for Miami. Chris Bosh is expected to come back this Thursday so that will be good for Miami and if LeBron and Wade bring their energy and explosiveness to the game; the Clippers will struggle. The game will be aired on TNT at 7:00 PM.

Chris Bosh announces birth of daughter, out for Tuesday’s game against Raptors (pics)

Typically, Chris Bosh’s best moves come when he’s videobombing his Miami Heat teammates, but being present for the birth of his daughter on Monday and consequently being out of lineup for the Heat’s game against the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre on Tuesday outshines even his greatest videobomb antics. There Bosh was, alongside his […]The post Chris Bosh announces birth...

Chris & Adrienne Bosh welcome baby girl Dylan

Congratulations are in order for Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne. Mrs. Bosh gave birth to “Princess Dylan” on Monday, November 4th. You know what I love about Adrienne Bosh? She’s always prepared. She just gave birth and the official photo is snapped, make-up flawless and distributed via Instagram. Chris has a daughter, Trinity (5) from a previous relationship...

Chris Bosh won't play Tuesday

The Miami Heat will be without Chris Bosh for Tuesday's game against Toronto after the starting center remained in Miami to be with his wife for the birth of their second child. Bosh was not available for the Heat's practice Monday and did not travel with the team for its afternoon flight to Toronto. Bosh's wife, Adrienne, delivered baby girl Dylan Bosh at 5:55 a.m....

Chris Bosh Out Due To Child Birth

Chris Bosh won't playing in tonight's game against the Toronto Raptors. But this isn't bad news; Bosh isn't hurt or anything like that. He's missing the game to stay home with his wife who gave birth to the couple's second child on Monday morning. While from a basketball standpoint this does hurt the Heat a bit, Miami still should be able to take...

Chris Bosh In Lineup Vs. Clippers

As expected, the Heat will have Chris Bosh tonight in what should an awesome game vs. the Los Angeles Clippers. Bosh missed Miami's win on Tuesday against the Raptors due to the birth of his second child. It's an especially big boost for the Heat to have Chris back tonight. After the Clippers embarrassingly lost to the Orlando Magic last night, Bosh expects Los...

Video: Blake Griffin posterizes Chris Bosh

Tweet The Heat got the 102-97 win over the Los Angeles Clippers Thursday night in Miami, but not before Blake Griffin put Chris Bosh on a highlight reel for two of his 27 points on the night: Plays like this from Griffin are a nightly occurrence, but that doesn’t mean they are any less impressive. Many project the Clippers and Heat to meet in the...

Blake Griffin soars for monster dunk over Chris Bosh

Although the Los Angeles Clippers “Lob City” didn’t exactly tear up the Miami nightlife, Clippers forward Blake Griffin still provided us with a monster dunk. Watch as Blake soars to the basket over Miami’s Chris Bosh/LeBron James for the nasty one-handed slam dunk: *** Griffin image courtesy of Getty Images

Blake Griffin Had A Monster Dunk Over Chris Bosh

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin doesn’t care who he dunks over, even the reigning World Champion Miami Heat. Griffin eviscerated Heat forward Chris Bosh during the fourth quarter of Miami’s 102-97 home win on Thursday night with this high-flying slam dunk. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

LeBron, Wade lift Heat over Raptors 104-95 in Bosh's absence

This could have been about Chris Bosh being absent. It could have been about Michael Beasley finally being present and accounted for. But it was about what it almost always is about when it matters: LeBron James. And Dwyane Wade. Offering some of the best of their two-man game, James and Wade fueled the Heat to a 104-95 victory Tuesday night over the Toronto Raptors at the Air...

Watch: Dwyane Wade lifts Heat past Clippers

In the first meeting between the two teams that many feel could face each other in this year’s NBA Finals, Dwyane Wade came up with a huge fourth quarter to propel the Miami Heat to a 102-97 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, delivering a win for head coach Erik Spoelstra in his 400th regular-season game as Miami’s bench boss. In a performance that resembled the pre-Lebron...

Raptors Fans Boo LeBron For Dancing With The Basketball (Video)

Raptors fans were unable to ‘boo’ Chris Bosh, since he didn’t make the trip after having his third child. The Raptors started off the game well, but LeBron James and Dwyane Wade proved to be too much, as they combined for 55 points. As the game was coming to an end, LeBron James aggravated Raptors fans […]

Three Games, Three Predictions: November 7th, 2013 Games

Credit: Getty Images Game One: Clippers vs. Heat Key Players: Blake Griffin (Clippers) and Chris Bosh (Heat) Score Prediction: Heat (98) vs. Clippers (85)   Game Two: Hawks vs. Nuggests Key Players: Al Horford (Hawks) and Ty Lawson (Nuggets) Score Prediction: Hawks (107) vs. Nuggets (110)   Game Three: Lakers vs. Rockets Key Players: Pau Gasol (Lakers) and Dwight Howard...

Clippers-Heat Preview

After a tremendous scoring surge ended in the opener of their road trip, the Los Angeles Clippers may have a tough time bouncing back against the defending NBA champions. The Heat have been tough to beat at home, winning 24 of 25 regular-season games in Miami dating to last season. They're expected to have Chris Bosh back Thursday night when they try for their fifth straight...

Heat-Raptors Preview

After surprising back-to-back losses, the Miami Heat rebounded with a strong showing against a winless club. They appear to have a good shot at replicating that performance in a matchup with the Toronto Raptors, as Dwyane Wade and the visiting Heat look to continue their dominance in the series Tuesday night. Miami (2-2) opened the season with an impressive win over Chicago but...
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