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The Boshosaurus doesn’t take kindly to poor officiating. Contrary to popular belief, the dinosaurs only became extinct because of Tim Donaghy’s asshattery.
Fines aren’t the answer, obviously. Replays, and technical fouls, are. If the NBA is truly serious about stopping crap like this.
Nice timing, Bosh. Having the Century 21 lady leading open house tours through your home when your team is down 2-1 I’m sure gives all of greater Miami a huge dose of confidence.
I don’t know when this was taken, but it appears to be Chris Bosh occupying an unfortunate place in a jump ball scrum. Presented today by Celtics Life as a photo caption contest.
On Wednesday night, Chris Bosh’s house was robbed. Well, burglarized, technically, because he wasn’t there. $340,000 worth of watches, purses and rings were taken, which just sucks. Also, it is possible to spend $340,000 on watches, purses and rings.
With LeBron James and Dwyane Wade sitting out against the Spurs due to, um, “injuries” last night (and Mario Chalmers out too), the Heat turned to Chris Bosh a bit more than they usually do. And Bosh delivered. He posted 23 points and nine rebounds in all, and put an exclamation point on his performance with a game-winning three in the waning seconds. But a big question remained – with Bosh the subject of the postgame interview, who would perform photobombing duties?
Even as a Miami Heat hater, I have to admit I love this new thing the Heat are doing where they robot-bomb their teammates’ post-game interviews. LeBron James joined the fun last night, upstaging Chris Bosh after the Heat’s win over the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night.