HoopsHype Chris Bosh rumors

November 7, 2013 Updates

Bosh missed Tuesday's game against the Toronto Raptors after his wife, Adrienne, gave birth to their daughter Monday. Bosh rejoined the team Thursday for the Heat's game against the Los Angeles Clippers at AmericanAirlines Arena. Chicago Tribune

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“They’ve still got to deal with (Dwyane) Wade’s knee and will LeBron (James) be able to clear people out with that off arm like he’s been able to do the last three years,” quipped Jackson offering his little tweak for his old buddy Riley and the Heat. “Can (Chris) Bosh sustain it, a one trick pony type guy. The bench now has changed with (Mike) Miller gone. (Ray) Allen is a year older. All those things. Still,” Jackson added, “They have the horses. They have a good chance.” NBA.com

October 24, 2013 Updates

Oden was paired with Chris Bosh and the two of them forced a turnover on one sequence. He set good screens. He ran the court generally well for someone who hasn’t played in, well, four years. He clearly was a presence in the paint defensively, though he was stuck with the disadvantage of defending guards a couple of times. (Eric Gordon easily drove past him, though Gordon would do that with a lot of centers). “I’m happy I’m able to walk off the court and play another day,” Oden told Sun Sports’ Jason Jackson afterward. “I’m happy my first shot was a dunk and I made it. I’ve got a long way to go… It’s been three long years.” Miami Herald

October 22, 2013 Updates

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Monday that “more experience” in the Heat’s system has allowed Bosh to play more instinctually. “I think that’s what everyone is seeing right now,” Spoelstra said. “He’s able to do what he’s done so well for us in the past, which is facilitate and allow things to work, but also be aggressive and make teams have to guard him.” Miami Herald

Spoelstra has always been quick to heap praise on Bosh, and this preseason has been no different. Since 2011, the Heat’s coach has called Bosh the team’s “most important player,” but now Spoelstra has elevated his praise of Bosh to a different level. Like James, Spoelstra has been referring to Bosh as a “one-through-five” type of player. “His game has evolved in so many different areas,” Spoelstra said. “Arguably, he has to evolve in more areas than any other player, and that’s on both sides of the floor. But we’ve put him on every spot on the court. For a center, that’s dynamic.” Miami Herald

October 18, 2013 Updates

So naturally, I wanted to put that theory to the test. Is that, in fact, the generally agreed upon totem pole these days? It doesn't appear to be the case. I asked six front-office executives, reached via text message and granted anonymity to inspire honesty and avoid tampering charges, to rank the best centers in the NBA. The results: Executive No. 1: Marc Gasol, Noah, Lopez, Hibbert, Howard, Omer Asik. Executive No. 2: Howard, Gasol, Noah, Hibbert, Cousins. Executive No. 3: Howard, Gasol, Hibbert, Noah, Andrew Bogut, Lopez, Tyson Chandler, Chris Bosh, Al Horford Executive No. 4: Noah, Gasol, Hibbert, Anderson Varejao, Howard Executive No. 5: Howard, Gasol, Nikola Pekovic, Noah, Lopez Executive No. 6: Howard, Lopez, Gasol, Tim Duncan, Noah, Cousins, Jonas Valanciunas. USA Today Sports

October 12, 2013 Updates

"We have a lot of great players here; we've got LeBron, Dwyane," Bosh said. "I'm not going to be crazy or be disrespectful to this team and take over their positions. I'm going to play my role to the best of my ability. "As far as visibility is concerned, we have a unique opportunity to just really get out there and do some unique things. And, really, I try to take the bull by the horns and just try to build relationships that I want to build. And if I have certain opportunities that come to me, I'm going to take them." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

October 4, 2013 Updates

Chris Bosh just might have a future in acting after his basketball career. The Heat’s big man has already made appearances on “Law & Order: SVU” and Disney Channel’s “Jessie.” On Thursday night, he played the role of a high school basketball player on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” slamming one down and then comically taunting an opponent and showing off some sweet celebratory moves. Palm Beach Post

Bahamas— "It was," Chris Bosh said, "the best training camp ever." And so came to an end of four days at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort. "I thought we had a great work ethic, great mindset," Bosh said Friday, as the Miami Heat returned to South Florida for a Sunday intra-squad scrimmage and a Monday exhibition opener against the visiting Atlanta Hawks. "Not only did we work hard," the veteran center said, "but we played hard, too." "It was," guard Dwyane Wade said, "one of my favorite training camps in my 11 seasons. We've got a special team. We've got a special group. And at times like this, you get to see it." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

September 26, 2013 Updates

Joseph Goodman: Chris Bosh learned Spanish this summer. No, seriously. Check out this video from Univision this morning. bit.ly/1arUoCA Twitter @JoeGoodmanJr

September 25, 2013 Updates
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As head manager for LMU men’s basketball, junior Quan Ngo is used to rebounding for and working out with basketball players. However, last Wednesday, the management major found himself in brand new territory as he helped Miami Heat basketball player Dwyane Wade train inside Gersten Pavilion. Wade’s teammate Chris Bosh, along with James Harden from the Houston Rockets, were also spotted working out at Gersten Pavilion and Burns Recreation Center last week. According to LMU Assistant Basketball Coach Senque Carey, LMU basketball players are prohibited from participating in workouts with NBA players due to NCAA rules. Los Angeles Loyolan

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August 30, 2013 Updates

Summer vacation for NBA players isn’t always just about sun, fun and luxury accommodations. Sometimes there is a different element involved. Sometimes a trip can provide a deeper understanding of things, some enlightenment, if you are up for it. Miami Heat Chris Bosh and his family were game for just that when they traveled Mumbai, India, this summer. It was a journey captured on video by the two-time NBA champion, who mixed a little NBA business with pleasure on his trip (#NAMASTE Part I): NBA.com

July 30, 2013 Updates

Dallas city attorneys have filed an injunction against NBA player Chris Bosh’s younger brother to get him to stop hosting illegal parties at his mother’s vacant Cedars area warehouse like the one that police allege led to a chaotic outburst of fights and gunfire last weekend. The five-story structure at S. 1401 Ervay St. was to be the location of the so-called #NotANormalParty on Saturday night, which promoters promised would have a different party on each of the floors. There was the ‘fun and wild party’ on the first floor, complete with a bounce house, mud wrestling, mechanical bull ride and a wet T-shirt contest. The second floor would’ve been covered with foam. The third, coined the “Trippy/iHate Bein Sober floor” apparently said attendees “must take shot to enter.” Above that was the “Rave/Glow Party” and then the anticlimactically named “club” on the fifth floor. wfaa.com

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