Chris Bosh Shows Us in Game 7 That Miami Heat Has True Big Three

June 9th, 2012 by Peter Emerick Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat are headed to the 2012 NBA Finals to face off against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and they have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to thank for that.

With Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals locked up at 70 points a piece, the Heat's vaunted big three finally took over—scoring the final 31 points for the Heat, including all 28 points in the fourth quarter.

While a lot has been said about whether the Miami Heat is LeBron James or Dwyane Wade's team, Game 7 showed us that the Miami Heat are the big three's team—yes, that includes Chris Bosh.

When the fourth quarter began with the game tied at 73-73, the Heat's Big Three took over and scored their final 28 points.

Chris Bosh accounted for eight points, including two absolutely pivotal three-pointers. Dwyane Wade accounted for nine points, including a clutch three-point play to close out the game. Finally, LeBron James accounted for 11 points, including an absolute dagger from about 30-feet from the rim.

Game 7 showed us that while LeBron and Wade are certainly the superstars in South Beach; they wouldn't be where they're at right now w ...

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