Of Pizza, Bosh’s 10,000 Points, Raptors Win, And a Rookie Head Coach

March 19th, 2010 by Stephen Brotherston Leave a reply »
It isn’t often that the fans at the ACC don’t cheer louder for Pizza when the Raptors reach 100 points than they do for the next play, but Wednesday night was one of those rare occasions. 

And it is worth noting that beating Cleveland, the Lakers, and the Hawks was more important to the fans than the food promotion this season.

And although Chris Bosh seemed only mildly interested in reaching the 10,000 point plateau, maybe the media should have been more impressed by Bosh’s focus on winning a very important game than some personal milestone.

It is not like no one knew this was coming.  Bosh had already been acknowledged for becoming the Raptors all-time leading scorer earlier this season.

At 9,428 points, the next closest active Raptors player is Andrea Bargnani with 3,315.  And with 47 games left in the 2009-10 regular season, Bosh is on track to be the first Raptor player to 10,000 points by sometime in early March.  Chris Bosh, Is the Toronto Raptors all-Star Under Appreciated?

Any active player or coach would take a win over accolades from the crowd or media.&nbs ...

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