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There's a long-standing joke that Chris Bosh was the perfect face of the Toronto Raptors franchise during his time in the Great White North because he so closely resembles an actual velociraptor.
But until now, no one had taken the steps to analyze how Bosh the Actual Dinosaur would perform on the court.
Observe below, this YouTube simulation that offers a decent guess at how Bosh would look in the Heat lineup if he actually took on the form of a raptor. Suffice it to say, having an 8-foot flesh-eating beast on your side isn't the worst thing in the world:
So, yeah, that's awesome, but a couple thoughts: A) Why are Dwyane Wade and Kevin Durant's heads so big in the video? B) Why does Bosh becoming an actual dinosaur mean his jumper is so silky again? And C) Why is everyone not running away BECAUSE THERE'S A DINOSAUR ON THE COURT?!?
This commenter also makes a fair point:
Now, I hate to be a wet blanket, but it is at this point that I also feel obligated to p...
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Granted, about the only reason why somebody would make a NBA 2K13 simulation featuring Miami Heat star Chris Bosh transformed into an 8-foot-tall, basketball-playing Raptor stems from the fact that Bosh spent his first seven NBA seasons as a member of the Toronto Raptors organization. Other than that, it’s simply awesome and no further reasoning […]The post Chris Bosh transformed...
We knew it! Chris Bosh is in fact a velociraptor from the Dinosaur Age. All we needed was a simulation of NBA 2K13 for proof.
The newest member of the Miami Heat said doctors told him to just go and lead a normal life following his most recent surgery in 2012.
As the Ringo Starr of Miami’s Big Three, Chris Bosh gets a lot of hate thrown his way, and often rightfully so. But, what if dinosaur doppelganger Bosh actually was a real life, 8-foot raptor? After watching this NBA 2K13 simulation by YouTuber MkEliteWorksX, I don’t think we’d be making fun of him quite as much.
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Lebron James wanted to hook his alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary's, up with a slick new set of football uniforms, and The Swoosh made it happen.
AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- NBA star LeBron James has kicked off another school year in his hometown of Akron with his foundation's second annual "I Promise Family Reunion."
The LeBron James Family Foundation event has evolved from a bike giveaway to an education initiative that includes nearly 700 students.
At his alma mater St. Vincent-St. Mary High School on Saturday, James...
After days of careful consideration and research Miami Heat star LeBron James decided he will not run for president or first vice president of the National Basketball Players Association a person familiar with James' decision told USA TODAY Sports.
The person requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly about James' plans.
Interested in union matters...
As we continue to keep an eye on LeBron James during his off-season training, it appears that LeBron is pulling no punches in the below Instagram clip.
Watch as LeBron drags around an off-road vehicle with his bare hands:
LeBron James can pull around an off-road vehicle [Pro Basketball Talk]
LeBron James image courtesy of Getty Images
Those are pretty nice, I pretty sure all high schools wish they had an alum like LeBron.
Here is how he describe the new uniforms on his Instagram page.
New LeBron x Nike Football St.V-M Varsity football uniforms for this upcoming season#StateChampBound #AlmaMater #BlackOut#IWannaPlayFridayNightLightsAgain
There has always been a question of how good of a football player would...
LeBron James shed some light on why he's making a run at becoming the head of the National Basketball Players Association.
"I just think the union is going backwards, and it's not in a good place right now," James told ESPN on Saturday. "I think my voice could be huge in that situation."
The NBPA fired executive director Billy Hunter after coming under...
Greg Oden, 25, spoke to the media Saturday as a member of the Miami Heat and talked about his “old body” that may or may not tell him “no” on the basketball court. He also stated that he will start basketball workouts Monday.
According to the Sun-Sentinel:
“I got an old body,” the 25-year-old center said. “I’m going to put it like that. I understand. My body...
In the end this was much to do about nothing.
Even though LeBron hinted he would run and said the Players’ Union was not in a good place right now, in the end he decided he didn’t have enough time to focus on it.
After days of careful consideration and research, Miami Heat star LeBron James decided he will not run for president or first vice president of the National Basketball...
LeBron James is still mulling whether he will run as president of the NBA players union, but he is adamant about the disarray the NBPA is currently in.
"I just think the union is going backwards and it's not in a good place right now," James said.
"I think my voice could be huge in that situation."
James would be the most high-profiled star to lead the players...