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Chris Bosh
Chris Bosh
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Born: 03/24/84
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Earnings: $242,110,053 ($271,386,003*)
Along with James, Fizdale also coached dynamic big man Chris Bosh in Miami. On ESPN’s “The Jump”, Bosh explained what Fizdale will bring to the Lakers: “He’s gonna bring, of course, that coach who loves to get into film, knows a lot about the game. He brings a presence that’s great for a locker room as well because he loves nothing more than basketball. And him being an L.A. guy, coming back home to be able to coach for the Lakers, I mean that’s a dream come true, for sure. And he’s filling a void left by Jason Kidd, him moving onto a head coaching spot, I’m sure that they will need another presence to fill in that bench. And I think for Fizdale, he’s one of the best guys out there as you guys know. We talk all the time, and he’s ready, he’s eager, he’s excited. And I know he’s gonna do a fantastic job with Vogel’s staff out there in L.A.”

Chris Bosh chooses Nets' Big 3 over Heat Big 3

Former Miami Heat star Chris Bosh appeared on the fubo Sports Network on Tuesday to discuss his new book Letters to a Young Athlete with Julie Stewart-Binks. Today’s NBA fans love to pose hypothetical questions about teams from different eras facing off against each other, and this interview was no different. Stewart-Binks asked Bosh who would win in a 3-on-3 if a prime LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh faced off against a prime Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden.
When did you figure out that the mental side of sports is something that also takes work? Chris Bosh: I found that out pretty early. I’d always noticed how people would compliment me for being smarter or even trying in the classroom. Then as I got older, in basketball, the plays became more complex. The situations became more complex, you have to learn all the offenses, you have to learn multiple plays, you have to remember them. You have to remember defensive coverages. I just saw right away how much people talk differently about somebody who can comprehend that information.
What did you learn from times when you lost? CB: Well, I definitely learned what I didn’t do right. There’s no escaping that. That’s why I love sports. Because the minute that you lose, you know that that was a better team. They played a better series, and you have to be OK with that. But then most importantly, you remember those shortcuts, you remember that loose ball you didn’t get. You remember that one more rep in the gym you didn’t get. Those are the things that come back to haunt you.
SiriusXM NBA Radio: LeBron James difficult to play with? @ChrisBosh doesn’t agree with that at all. He tells his former coach @SamMitchellNBA and @hoopscritic LeBron makes you a better player because you have to play your best every night.