Miami Heat: Chris Bosh Crucial to the Team’s NBA Title Hopes

January 21st, 2012 by Michael Haley Leave a reply »
The more one sees Chris Bosh play, the more one understands how underappreciated he is.

And, oh yes, he is indispensable to the Miami Heat winning a championship.

But first to his being underrated:

In the Miami victory over the Los Angeles Lakers this past Thursday, Bosh displayed the duality of stick-to-it-iveness on offense and defense that sets him apart, but that which largely goes unnoticed because his play is not especially always flashy.

Watch him throughout a given game—Bosh exhibits multifacetedness all of the time.

In the contest against Los Angeles, LeBron James gave an incredible effort considering he was under the weather; LeBron brought the ball up court in his usual fashion, scored on a variety of nouveau 2012 moves, chased down would-be Lakers scorers on the break to block their shots and so on.

But there was also Bosh—smoothly able and very willing to take over at any time.

Against the Lakers, Bosh sized up Pau Gasol and drove by him. He calmly measured medium-range jump shots and scored. Bosh showed stop-and-go moves to ring the cords, as well.

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