Chris Bosh: Is He Miami Heat’s Guy You Want With the Ball in the Final Seconds?

December 20th, 2010 by Andrew Robeson Leave a reply »
When the Miami Heat brought back Dwyane Wade and then signed LeBron James, one question was more popular than the rest.

Who do you want with the ball in the final seconds of a close game?

Until the Heat's game with the Wizards, that scenario really hadn't come up. It was Dwyane Wade who made two shots from the free throw line to give the Heat their final points.

However, it was the player that got them there that was impressive. He attempted two key three-pointers in the final minute.

LeBron James? Dwyane Wade? James Jones?

Try Chris Bosh, and that's not a typo.

He drained his first three-pointer to get the Heat back into the game. On the second one, he wisely drew a foul and made two out of his three free throws.

Wade and James have both said in interviews that Bosh is the best shooter of the three, and he showed why against the Wizards.

Despite being only a 30 percent three-point shooter, Bosh was confident in both occasions with the ball in his hands. 

And most importantly, he came through.

While I doubt the Heat will consistently rely on Bo ...

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