Miami Heat: What Do They Need To Do To Keep Chris Bosh Involved?

November 19th, 2010 by John Friel Leave a reply »
It took 10 games, but the Miami Heat and Chris Bosh finally joined forces to lead the team to victory.

An emphatic one at that, as the Heat beat the visiting Phoenix Suns in a 123-96 win where Bosh led the team with his first breakout performance of the season at 35 points, six rebounds, and four assists. The entire big three contributed to the win as LeBron James put in 20 points, nine assists and eight rebounds, while Dwyane Wade relaxed for 17 points, six rebounds and six assists.

It was easily the most well-rounded performance of the season from the team and was one of the most impressive outings by the big three. Considering the fact that they have yet to find a stable scoring balance between the three of them, Bosh netting 35, James scoring 20, and Wade putting in 17 are all you can ask for in a big win against a lethal team like the Suns. James was the only player to play the fourth quarter as he was on the court for the first two minutes before sitting out the rest.

Bosh came into the Heat's game against Phoenix with his previous season high being 21 points in a win against the New Jersey Nets. He had originally struggled for most of the ...

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