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During Game 3 of the NBA Finals Russell Westbrook gets his Rajon Rondo on as he hits Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh with a ball fake that leaves Bosh cemented in the moment. H/T Eye On Basketball
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Chris Bosh has been in an ongoing legal battle with the mother of his daughter, and a judge ruled against him in this case.
Call me crazy, but it seems like taking your daughter to an international unity of hundreds of countries would be something that would happen without controversy. Chris Bosh wasn’t so lucky in this regard.
A Judge has ruled in favor of Chris Bosh’s baby’s momma, Allison Mathis, which forbids the Heat star forward from bringing his daughter to London for the Olympics, according...
Russ Westbrook stole a patented move by Rajon Rondo on Sunday night when the Thunder took on the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Russell Westbrook fakes the behind the back pass and made Chris Bosh look foolish while also managing to make Shane Battier fall down. Very impressive work from the UCLA alumni.
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RUH-ROH SHAGGY!! Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh’s baby mama, Allison Mathis — the mother of Bosh’s three-year old daughter Trinity – must be feeling the hard times as she has reportedly applied for food stamps. Despite the couple thousand dollars she gets a month from the Miami Heat star, she has lost her job and is blaming [...]
Chris Bosh appears to have failed in his bid to perform in front of
his young daughter at the London Olympics.
The Thunder’s Russell Westbrook is having a tough go in the NBA Finals. His play has been erratic and he’s drawing criticism for his stubborn attitude.
Sound familiar? The Globe’s Gary Washburn draws a comparison between Westbrook and Rajon Rondo.
The difference is… Rondo gets criticized for his lack of aggression, while Westbrook is blasted for dominance of the ball:
In the second quarter of game two of the NBA Finals, Miami Heat reserve Ronny Turiaf wanted a low-five from Chris Bosh heading into a time-out.Bosh thought that Turiaf wanted a high-five and both of them failed to connect on the first attempt:(Courtesy of Rant Sports)
40) The refs decided to not have a million ticky-tacky fouls in the first quarter, which was nice39) Chris Bosh continues to be competent, which is all kinds of good news for the Heat38) The Heat's ball movement was a lot better at home, and so was their hustle37) Neither team could make a three pointer in the first quarter, which is why the score stayed low, despite both teams...
WFAN's Mike Francesa, "Chris Bosh is Heat's best 3-point shooter."
Sportspope did the legwork:
2012 Miami Heat Players 3-point percentage:
Mike Miller .453
James Jones .404
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1. Kevin Durant dunks on Bosh and Anthony -In game 1 of the NBA finals Kevin Durant was a man among boys. The Heat had no answer for the scoring champ. Durant finished the game with 36 points on 12 of 20 shooting from the field. Four of those field goals were three pointers. Durant also added 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Two of Durant’s 36 points came on a highlight...
This must have been what Pat Riley envisioned when he signed LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh two summers ago. The trio worked to perfection in Game 3 as they combined to score 64 of Miami’s 91 points while combining for 13 assists and 32 rebounds.