Eastern Conference & Chris Bosh

The Eastern Conference is one of two conferences in the National Hockey League (NHL) used to divide teams. Christopher Wesson Bosh (born March 24, 1984) is an American professional basketball player who plays power forward for the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association (NBA). 5.0/5

Eastern Conference Chris Bosh Miami Heat Dwyane Wade Indiana Pacers Roy Hibbert Dwayne Wade Erik Spoelstra New York Boston Celtics Chicago Bulls Paul George Tim Duncan Lebron James Derrick Rose New York Knicks Tony Parker Mario Chalmers David Lee Zach Randolph

Kyle Lowry is the Eastern Conference player of the month for December,joining Chris Bosh as the only to…
Chris Bosh does not get enough credit. Game 6 of Eastern Conference Finals he went at Hibbert neck and so far in the Finals he's been great
Heat eliminate Pacers in blowout win to advance to 4th straight Finals Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images MIAMI -- For the entirety of the regular season, the supremacy of the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference was brought into serious question by the Indiana Pacers. Then came the playoffs. And the question was answered -- emphatically. The Heat became the third franchise in NBA history to reach the title series in four consecutive seasons, a laugher of a conference-title finale getting them there again Friday night. Lebron James and Chris Bosh each scored 25 points, and Miami eliminated the Pacers for the third straight year with a 117-92 romp in Game 6 of the East championship series. "I'm blessed. Very blessed. Very humbled," James said. "And we won't take this opportunity for granted. It's an unbelievable franchise, it's an unbelievable group. And we know we still have work to do, but we won't take this for granted. We're going to four straight Finals and we will never take this for granted." Dwy ...
INDIANAPOLIS -- This is how maddening and frustrating the Indiana Pacers are: Wednesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals, I desperately wanted Chris Bosh's last-second, baseline 3-pointer to fall. I wanted this series and this season over. These schizophrenic Pacers are torture. A Pacers logo adorns the welcome mat at my front door. An autographed Reggie Miller jersey greets visitors as they enter my Los Angeles apartment. I've loved the Pacers for 40-plus years. I've loved rooting against the Heat for four years. I'm irate Bosh's shot skidded off the front of the rim. I'm mad Lebron James drove to his right, directly into Roy Hibbert's help-side defense, forcing a kickout to Bosh. I'm cynical of the officiating that tagged James with his fifth foul less than four minutes into the third quarter after Lance Stephenson lassoed and swam past the NBA's ruling king for a loose ball. I'm afraid Wednesday's victory is going to prolong the denial, the false belief that these Pacers are some sort o ...
Roy Hibbert is soft, Chris Bosh is underrated, and the Eastern Conference makes me want to vomit. Yet another Heat Finals berth beating absolutely nobody.
Eastern Conference Finals Game 4 Highlights: Miami Heat def. Indiana Pacers 102-90. Lebron James finishes with 32 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists and Chris Bosh added 25 points and 6 rebounds to get the commanding 3-1 lead this series. -kingraps
Chris Bosh and Lebron James combined to score 57 in Game 4. Not bad:
Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat are taking the high road with respect to the underlying trash talk in their Eastern Conference Finals match-up with the Indiana Pacers.
Coach Nick breaks down a few plays to illustrate how Chris Bosh is being neutralized in this Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Indiana...
I see no one post the Brooklyn Nets vs Miami Heat game! Okay allow me to help yall if you dont know by now! Nets Cool Heat, Cut East Semifinal Deficit To 2-1 The Brooklyn Nets hit 15 three-pointers to beat the Miami Heat 104-90 and pull a game back in their Eastern Conference semi-finals. Joe Johnson led their scoring with 19 points but five other Brooklyn players got into double figures on the night where Jay-Z, Beyonce, Jake Gyllenhaal and Olivia Wilde were all in attendance. Lebron James led the Miami Heat with 28 points, eight rebounds and five assists but he and Dwyane Wade accounted for more than half of the Heat's total tally, with Chris Bosh the only other player to get into double figures.
Pacers number one seed in East: Heat lose 114-93 to Wizards; Pacers get top seed By JOSEPH WHITE (AP Sports Writer) 11 hours ago AP - Sports . Heat vs. Wizards WASHINGTON (AP) -- Lebron James' only visible significant role was that of postgame heckler, interrupting Michael Beasley's interview amid a loose, upbeat locker room that normally wouldn't jibe with a 21-point loss - or throwing in a towel in the race for a No. 1 seed. Game Leaders Michael Beasley Michael Beasley Miami Pts: 18 Reb: 5 Ast: 3 Trevor Ariza Trevor Ariza Washington Pts: 25 Reb: 3 Ast: 2 James and Chris Bosh took the night off Monday, and the Heat were beaten 114-93 by the Washington Wizards in a no-contest game that guaranteed the Eastern Conference's top seed for the Indiana Pacers. So, no disappointment at all? ''There would be no disappointment,'' said Dwyane Wade, who played because he needed some minutes after his recent nine-game layoff with a hamstring injury. ''When the playoffs start, we have a new season and we will be lookin ...
Hawks top Heat 98-85, get East’s last playoff spot (AP) Jeff Teague scored 25 points, Lou Williams had 18 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and the Atlanta Hawks earned the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot with a 98-85 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night. Atlanta’s third straight victory eliminated the New York Knicks from playoff contention. Williams scored the Hawks’ last 12 points. Lebron James finished with 27 points and Dwyane Wade, in his first game since missing nine straight with a sore left hamstring, scored 24 for Miami. The two-time defending champion Heat, who have lost three of four, gave up the ground they gained in the standings Friday by beating Indiana at home and taking a one-half game lead over the Pacers. Miami and Indiana are now tied atop the Eastern Conference with 54-26 records. The Heat’s 85 points were their third-fewest this season. James and Chris Bosh returned to the floor with 6:42 remaining and Miami trailing 81-72, but Demarre Carroll stole t ...
EASTERN CONFERENCE 2011 FINALS: The Miami Heat were down by 12 points (77-65) with only 3:04 left to play in the game, but then they went on an 18-3 run to defeat the Bulls 83-80 and advance to the NBA Finals. During the run, Dwyane Wade & Lebron James scored 8 points each and Chris Bosh iced the game with a couple of free throws with 16 seconds before the end.
Chris Bosh named Eastern Conference player of the week.Dwayne Wade was named the player of the week the prior week and Lebron James the week before that .Miami is taking over! Heat Nation!
John Michael`s a.k.a. The Ch1cken D1nner`s FREE SPORTS INFORMATION for the 2013-2014 NBA Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference: Miami Heat Preview: My Prediction 69-13 Division Champions/with david stern gone no 3peat When Lebron James and Chris Bosh decided to piggy back on Dwayne Wade`s back, who had already won a NBA title back in 2006, as a part of the whole 2010 decision, to take over the weakest division in the league the Southeast Division, there was no doubt they were going to win a championship, after being defeated by the Dallas Mavericks later that year, they turned to a proven winner (2001 NCAA Champion) and well respected professional who in my own personal opinion is one of the good guys in the league, Shane Battier, who at the time was a 11 year veteran, and in that series shot 61% from the field, 57% from downtown, and 71% from the charity stripe, scoring 58 points, along with 17 rebounds, 4 steals, and 2 assists, through 5 games, he was only averaging 4.8 points a game and 2.4 rebo ...
Here my Eastern Conference standings predictions for the 2013-2014 season. 1. Miami Heat- Lebron James. Chris Bosh. Dwayne Wade. Oh and they pretty much replaced Jwuan Howard and Mike Miller with Greg Oden and Michael Beasley. 2. Indiana Pacers- Another year for Paul George to improve. Can also say the same about Roy Hibbert. Danny Granger is back. Replaced Psycho T with a better back up PF, Luis Scola. Added CJ Watson, Chris Copeland. Stacked team. 3. Chicago Bulls- Derrick Rose is back. MVP Candidate, healthy Deng, Noah, and Hinrich. Had an underrated free agent signing with Mike Dunleavy Jr. They also have the 3rd best coach in the league. 4. Brooklyn Nets- Just look at their starting 5. They finished 4th in the East last year. And had Reggie Evans at PF. Now Kevin Garnett plays PF. Could be a top 3 team. But can Kidd coach them. And will it work. Probably the most stacked team in the NBA other then Miami. But Lakers did this last year and they finished 7th in the west. 5. New York Knicks- Carmelo Anth ...
TO THE FINALS Miami Heats Ray Allen, left, holds the NBA Eastern Conference trophy as Chris Bosh hol
The Miami Heat (often stylized in all caps as HEAT) is a professional basketball team based in Miami, Florida, United States. The team is a member of the Southeast Division in the Eastern Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). They play their home games at the American Airlines Arena in Downtown Miami. The team owner is Micky Arison, who also owns cruise-ship giant Carnival Corporation. The team president and de facto general manager is Pat Riley, and the head coach is Erik Spoelstra. The mascot of the team is Burnie, an anthropomorphic fireball. The Heat were formed as part of the NBA's plan to expand the league in the late 1980s with four expansion franchises, which included the Heat along with Charlotte Hornets in 1988, and the Orlando Magic and Minnesota Timberwolves in 1989. Among those four teams, Miami has been the most successful, winning over 1,000 regular season games, making 17 playoff appearances, winning 10 division titles, four conference titles and three NBA Finals. The He ...
MIAMI (AP) - The last time Chris Bosh played against the San Antonio Spurs, he was offensively brilliant.It seems like a long time ago.During the Eastern Conference Finals, Bosh found himself in a baffling slump, missing 26 of his last 34 shots and not even reaching the double-digit mark in scoring during any of his last four games - the longest such drought for the All-Star big man since a five-game streak that began during the first week of his NBA career.
A position-by-position look at the matchups in the NBA finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs: CENTER: Chris Bosh vs. Tim Duncan. Bosh had two strong games against the Spurs this season, averaging 20.5 points and 10.5 rebounds, and will focus more on that than his difficult Eastern Conference Finals against Indiana, when he shot under 38 percent and averaged a measly 4.3 rebounds. Tony Parker does most of San Antonio's offensive damage now, but Duncan showed he's still their man at the biggest moments in the Western Conference finals, twice dominating the overtime periods in a four-game sweep of Memphis. Edge: Spurs. POWER FORWARD: Udonis Haslem vs. Tiago Splitter. Neither will score often, but the veteran Haslem had a pair of big performances in the East finals, scoring 17 points in one victory, 16 in another, and shooting 8 for 9 in both. Splitter often converts when he gets it, making 58 percent of his shots in the postseason, and scored 18 points in the Spurs' regular-season visit to Miam ...
Congratulations to the Miami Heat for winning the Eastern Conference!... But I knew that it was going to come down to this... Dwyane Wade... You my man like 50 grand from the days of Marquette... Lebron James... You's a beast... Chris Bosh... Uhmmm, you Chris Bosh... LMBAO!... Nevertheless... The Miami Heat IS my team since Shaquille Oneal asked Kobe Bryant how his *** taste! Haaaggghhh! That made me a Miami Heat fan for life!... But when it comes down to the "old-school" versus the "new-school", I'm always going to go with the old-school. So here it is... San Antonio Spurs!!!... I wasn't going to wager on this series. But I feel lucky like the old folk I be at a bingo game. So I will take donations from those who I know will pay me. Make it light on yourself. And if you don't pay me, I will hunt your *** down like the Mafia! And put you on Blast Avenue and Front Street. Don't play with my donations... Stay in your lane... This should be one of the greatest NBA Finals of all time when it's said and done.. ...
For today's Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, Lebron James needs Chris Bosh to perform like the franchise player he was in Toronto for the Miami Heat to overcome the gritty Indiana Pacers.
If you are Miami fan ,do not panic and if you are a Pacers fan ,hold your horses. These are numbers from last year. Everything has to be kept in perspective. Game 1-May. 13 (Miami 95, Indiana 86): The HEAT lost Chris Bosh with a strained abdominal but behind 32 points and 15 rebounds from Lebron James and Dwyane Wade scoring 29 the Heat beat the Indiana Pacers 95-86 to open the Eastern Conference semifinal series. Round 2, Game 1 Photo Gallery Game 2-May. 15 (Indiana 78, Miami 75): Miami got 28 points from Lebron James and 24 from Dwyane Wade, but James missed two free throws with 54.3 seconds left and Miami down one, and Wade was short on a layup that would have tied the game with 16 seconds remaining as the Indiana Pacers tied the series, 1-1. Round 2, Game 2 Photo Gallery Game 3-May. 17 (Indiana 94, Miami 75): Miami's worst game of the playoffs ends with it down 2-1 in the series after Roy Hibbert posted 19 points and 18 rebounds while Dwyane Wade shot 2-of-13. Mario Chalmers was the bright spot, scori ...
The Miami Heat eased to a comfortable win over the Toronto Raptors, while the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics won thrillers on Sunday. Lebron James helped himself to 30 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as Miami won 100-85 at the Air Canada Centre, although the Heat didn't have it all their own way as the Raptors led by six points at half-time. However, the star-studded Heat conceded just 35 points in the second half, with Chris Bosh scoring 22 of his 28 for the match after the main interval. Dwyane Wade added 23 points of his own, making it a combined 81 points from Miami's 'Big Three', as the Heat improved their season record to 30-14 to go half-a-game clear on top of the NBA's Eastern Conference. The Lakers avoided coughing up an 18-point second-half lead when they held off the Detroit Pistons 98-97 at The Palace. Kobe Bryant (18 points, five assists) shot a three-pointer to put the visitors ahead with just over one minute remaining, and the Pistons wasted two shots to win it in the dying ...
Bulls chosen Tim Duncan was selected to his 14th All-Star Game, Spurs teammate Tony Parker is joining him, and the Chicago Bulls also had two reserves chosen Thursday for next month's game in Houston. Joakim Noah and Luol Deng were picked from the Bulls, who have stayed in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race despite the season-long absence of point guard Derrick Rose. Noah is one of five first-time All-Stars for the East, along with New York's Tyson Chandler, Indiana's Paul George, Cleveland's Kyrie Irving, and Philadelphia's Jrue Holiday. Miami's Chris Bosh, picked for his eighth All-Star team, rounded out the East squad. West forwards David Lee (Golden State), LaMarcus Aldridge (Portland) and Zach Randolph (Memphis) all were picked for the second time. Houston's James Harden was chosen for the first time and joins former Oklahoma City teammate Russell Westbrook, headed to his third straight All-Star Game. Duncan wasn't chosen last year for the first time in his career but has bounced back w ...
2013 NBA ALL-STAR RESERVES ANNOUNCED In the Western Conference, Tony Parker, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden were the guards selected, and big men Tim Duncan, Zach Randolph, LaMarcus Aldridge, and David Lee were the ones seen as most deserving. Notable names absent are Stephen Curry, Marc Gasol, Jamal Crawford, and Serge Ibaka, with Curry having the best case of those left off the list. In the Eastern Conference, Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Jrue Holiday, Tyson Chandler, and Joakim Noah all will be making their first career All-Star appearance. Chris Bosh and Luol Deng round out the roster. The players who were in the conversation in the East but who were ultimately left out include Brook Lopez, Paul Pierce, Carlos Boozer, Brandon Jennings, and J.R. Smith.
Mid-Season Reviews: At the technical mid-point of the season, I think it’s time to have a look back at the first half of the season and pick out the best teams, the most surprising and the worst teams. Also, at this time I see who is on my MVP ladder at this stage of the season and which of the rookies have performed the best this season. Eastern Conference: Best Team- Miami Heat (Record: 26-12) The Heat have been playing beautifully of late, despite a few slip ups against lower teams such as Washington. Lebron James has once again led this team beautifully, adding mightily on the offensive and the defensive sides of the floor. With also some solid contributions from Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh as well as from the bench, the Heat are beautifully poised to go deep into the Playoffs and have a chance to defend their NBA title. The Surprise Packet- Chicago Bulls (Record: 24-16) Yes, the Bulls are playing without Derrick Rose and yes they were all but written off pre-season, but the Chicago Bulls are 8 games ...
Last years NBA Champions, the Miami Heat, had a team meeting a rebounding today. The Miami Heat, who are the first overall ranking in the Eastern Conference, are ranked last in the NBA at rebounding! Head coach Erik Spoelstra said, "This is something that we're going to fix. We're improving in so many other areas, particularly offensively, but rebounding's the area that has to take the priority right now." 3 time MVP Lebron James said (talking about rebounding), "We've got to go out and do it. If the ball is in your region, try to go up and get it. If not, box out your guy and let somebody else go get it." All-Star center Chris Bosh said, "On Sunday we must win, and we must rebound to win." The Heat have been out rebounded by margins of 15, 17, 19, 20, and 29 this season! The Heat have gone 4-1 in those games (only losing to the Bulls where they were outrebounded by 20.) What are your thoughts on this? -Carter
Chris Bosh is playing as the best Center in the Eastern Conference and maybe the whole NBA and he is not even a Center!
The 67th NBA season Slams itself into the headlines tonight with some season openers that feature some of the most celebrated teams and players. Boston take on defending champions Miami, Washington face off against Cleveland and the Lakers host Dallas. Join 2BET2 from beginning to end of what is going to be another explosive season of action stateside and get betting on your favourite team throughout the 2012-2013 NBA season. Boston open up their season with a tough trip to the American Airlines Arena, where defending champions Miami Heat lay in wait. The Celtics will be looking for revenge following their loss to the Heat last year in the Eastern Conference Finals. Kevin Garnett has been re-signed as a free agent, while former Dallas guard Jason Terry has also been added to the mix. For Miami, so much depends on the “ big 3,” or “the three kings,” 3 times MVP Lebron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade who will again headline their seasons efforts, with veterans Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis brought i ...
Nobody was being overdramatic or over the top in wondering aloud about the Miami Heat's diminished chances at an NBA title after All-Star forward Chris Bosh went down in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals with an abdominal strain. … Continue reading →
From Social Reader's Editors: Update: Ray Allen did, in fact, sign with the Miami Heat. Read more about , loyalty in pro sports, and how the Celtics might fare without him. - Ray Allen has left Miami without a contract. According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com, Allen met with Heat officials in Miami for the majority of Thursday, but left on Friday without signing his name on the dotted line. Windhorst's sources said Allen can't decide if he should join the Heat or return to Boston, where he has played since 2007: The sources did not go into specifics, saying Allen is torn because remaining a Celtic is still very much an option. Windhorst went on to add that the most Miami could give Allen is a three-year, $9.5 million deal to play alongside Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The defending champs have assured Allen extensive playing time. The Celtics can toss a two-year, $12 million contract in his direction. Despite signing Jason Terry, the organization believes both players can co-exist and play t ...
The Heat lost the opening game 88–80 and got off to a 9–8 start. Much of the speculation was that Spoelstra could lose his job and that Heat president Pat Riley would return as coach.[16] However after a "players only" meeting the team began to gel as they pulled together a 12-game win streak (10 of them by double-digits) and limited the opposition under 100 points in all those games. On January 27, 2011, via fan voting, Dwyane Wade (guard) was selected to be starters for the Eastern Conference at the All-Star Game. A few days later, forward Chris Bosh was selected as a reserve, The Heat finished with a 58–24 record, third best in team history and a second overall seed, behind the Chicago Bulls who had the NBA's best record. In the NBA Playoffs, Miami defeated the Philadelphia 76ers in the First round, Boston Celtics in the Conference Semifinals, and Bulls in the Conference Finals, all in 5 games respectively. The Heat then reached the 2011 NBA Finals for the first time since 2006 in a rematch again ...
NBA-Pressure on Heat and James to produce NBA title Year Two of the "Big Three" era in Miami has the Heat competing for the National Basketball Association (NBA) title for a second consecutive year. But rather than sheer elation over their Eastern Conference dominance, the pressure lies heavy on the Heat and their trio of three-time NBA Most Valuable player Lebron James and fellow All-Stars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. Anything less than an championship triumph over the Oklahoma City Thunder will be viewed as a failure for the threesome, who promised a string of NBA titles after deciding as free agents to join forces in South Beach. James told a welcoming rally full of smoke and flashing lights two years ago that he and his partners would bring "not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six" titles, to rapturous cheers from the Heat faithful. That helped cast the team, and King James in particular, as villains booed at every NBA road stop. Last year, the Heat struggled to find their game-closing ...
(Reuters) - The Miami Heat and their Big Three are going back to the NBA finals. Lebron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh combined for the Heat's final 31 points as they roared past the Boston Celtics 101-88 to win the Eastern Conference Championship in Game Seven on Saturday. James scored 31 points...
Next up, the NBA finals — and his third try at that elusive first championship. James had 31 points and 12 rebounds, Chris Bosh hit a career-best three 3-pointers — the last sparking the run that put it away — and the Miami Heat won their second straight Eastern Conference title by beating the Bost...
Miami Heat!!! Eastern Conference Champions BABY!!! Here we come OKC! LBJ is about to show KD why HE GOT THE M. V. P !!! TUESDAY! GAME 1! LETS DO THIS! LETS GO HEAT! Btw, did y'all see that!? Chris Bosh 8/10 - 19 points - 3/3 from the PROMISED LAND!!! LIKE A FREAKIN BOSH!!! Dwayne Wade CLUTCH, and LBJ JUST DOMINATES!!!
MIAMI (AP) The Miami Heat will decide later Tuesday if Chris Bosh will play in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Miami • Chris Bosh has been telling the Miami Heat that he’s ready to play. The Heat seem ready to listen. And Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals — which wouldn’t be lacking for drama with Boston and Miami tied at two games apiece — may have another significant layer of intrigue. Bosh’s status...
2012 NBA playoffs -- Chris Bosh will not return for Game 4 of Eastern Conference Finals
and congrats to all the HEAT fans.. dey finally showed dey *** . after 23 years.. i really dnt lik lebron but i cant hate on his skills.. even tho he still lacks da "clutch gene".. lol i dnt see dem winnin a championship dis year without Chris Bosh tho.. unless lebron performd lik he did in his 2nd year wen cleveland playd detroit in da Eastern Conference Finals.. but im afraid da west maybe too strong..
In argubly the most pressurized situation of his career, and for any NBA player for that matter, the Great Lebron James puts up 38 points, 17 rebounds, and 9 assists on a Stage where the entire basketball world was watching. You cannot get a more adverse situation for the guy and the team that you all love to hate. The Indiana Pacers are a bunch of Fake tough guys and after this game they are DONE! You can all write that down the Pacers are Done. A week ago 2day we all thought the Eastern Conference playoffs were going to be a Bore. Well, Thanks to a Chris Bosh injury the Eastern Conference playoffs have all of a sudden become very intriguing. Glad Lebron Stuck in to all you idiotic Lebron Haters 2day. Y'all just hate to hate, haters to your Core...
The Heat are undoing theselves in this playoffs. Perhaps it is the burden of those max contracts meeting the monumental expectations for victory.Suddenly, the Heat are threating to fall apart in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Chris Bosh is down, Dwyane Wade is struggling and James is left with a burden that he never truly wanted. The Heat have little infrastructure to sustain the loss of Bosh!...Game Time!
I believe the NBA strike that compressed all these games into a short period of time has resulted in injuries to major players like Chris Bosh and Derrick Rose. All those back to back games without rest has taken a toll. The quality of Eastern Conference division games has definitely been impacted and we are not seeing the best teams play. What do you think?
We are underway in round 2 and the top seeds in the east are facing some trouble. In one match up, the Miami Heat find themselves down 2-1 to the Indiana Pacers with Chris Bosh sidelined with a a...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Miami Heat canceled practice and their media availability one day after a blowout loss in Game 3 to the Pacers. The team gave no immediate reason for Friday's decision, which was announced on the Heat's media telephone hotline. The Heat lost 94-75 on Thursday night and trail Indiana 2-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Miami's latest defeat was magnified by a sideline confrontation between star guard Dwyane Wade and coach Erik Spoelstra. The two exchanged words during one of the worst playoff games of Wade's career. He scored just 5 points on 2-of-13 shooting and refused to discuss what happened with Spolestra. Wade has been slowed by injuries. The Heat are also without power forward Chris Bosh, who has an abdominal strain.
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Up until last night, the story of this Eastern Conference semi-final was Chris Bosh's abdominal strain and how much the...
Bosh strained a lower abdominal muscle in Game 1 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series, that original diagnosis confirmed Monday after an MRI exam. The team said Bosh is out "indefinitely," though coach Erik Spoelstra and others say the injury could have been worse.,.,.,After all of this, we know how Chris Bosh is really important for the team,.,but if we flashback the last game for Indiana when Chris not returned in the second half of the game, Lebron James and Dwayne Wade becomes too strong and aggressive for the game to win for it, and hopefully that`s what gonna be happen again for every single game while Bosh is out of it.Take your time Chris for get well soon,.,.,Let`s go Miami,.,Keep the word of being versatility team in every game,.,Godbless Miami,.,.,
"BREAKING NEWS"Miami Heat allstar foward Chris Bosh a.k.a CB1 is not hurt.he is takin time out to spend time with his new born son "Jackson"so heat fans do not b alarmed Lebron James and dawayne wade told bosh at halftime that he is no longer needed for thr 2nd round against the Indiana Pacers.bosh and his family are doin well and he is exspected to play in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Report: LeBron takes third MVP award MIAMI (AP) -- Heat forward Lebron James is the NBA's MVP for a third time, putting him alongside some of the game's all-time greats. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press that James will be announced Saturday as this year's winner of the league's top individual honor, and that he'll be formally presented with the trophy by Commissioner David Stern on Sunday afternoon before Miami hosts Indiana in Game 1 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the league has not announced the results. James is winning the award for the third time in four seasons. Only seven other players - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Moses Malone - have at least three MVP trophies. James said last week that while another MVP award "would be amazing and would be humbling," it's not what drives him. In his ninth season, James still has not won an NBA title an ...
See why the Miami Heat is one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference this season with their top 10 plays of the regular season.
MIAMI -- Lebron James had 29 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade both scored 19 points and Miami beat New York 106-94 on Wednesday nigh to win the Eastern Conference first-round series in five games.
Heat forward Chris Bosh may miss Game 3 of Miami's Eastern Conference first-round series in New York on Thursday after being summoned home because his wife was preparing to give birth.
*Credits to kietasss* The Miami Heat defeated the Chicago Bulls 96-85 Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat n...
Chris Bosh is an average player? thats why he is the best PF in the whole eastern conference and makes the all Star Game EVERY year
AND THE Miami Heat WIN! With a final score over The New York Knicks of 93-85!!! Lebron James scored 29 points,10 rebounds,and 3 assist! Dwyane Wade scored 28 points, 9 rebounds,and 4 assist! Chris Bosh scored 16 points,and 14 rebounds! The Miami Heat are improving very much,and they hold that second seed in the Eastern Conference! I could be wrong,but I think they are 42-17 in the season and in the Conference! So great game for The Miami Heat! HEAT! :)
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