4:41 AM EST, Fri February 12, 2016

Heat's Chris Bosh treating All-Star Weekend as if it's his last

Next season, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will breathe easier around this time of year.No longer will he worry of his chances of being selected to the NBA All-Star Game. No longer will he wonder if his body of work is enough to impress the coaches around the league.In fact, no longer will Bosh...

Bosh: Shooting for 3rd place in East has to be one of Heat's goals after All-Star break

Chris Bosh isn't one of those guys who likes to dish out B.S. He's a straight shooter. So when he was asked after Tuesday night's humbling 119-101 spanking at the hands of the Spurs where the Heat stand in the...

The Miami Heat continues to be at its best in the clutch

Erik Spoelstra has had a credo all season: Do enough early to make it a possession game, at which point Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh will make the necessary plays. Sometimes, the Heat hasn't been able to follow the formula,...
At The Hive Feb 5, 2016

Hornets can't execute late, lose to Heat, 98-95

The Charlotte Hornets let a totally winnable game slip through their fingers as two possessions late in the fourth ended in disaster. This is the benefit of a star player, or for that matter two star players. Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh came up big for the Miami Heat late in tonight's contest, while the Hornets struggled — failing to even get a shot off on perhaps the two most important possessions of the game. I think this loss hurts more than most for a number of reasons. Firstly, apologies to the city of Miami but their basketball team isn't all that fun to watch, and as a fan of the...

Chris Bosh explains his winning play in Charlotte

Chris Bosh says Heat worked for what they do best against Hornets.

Danny Picard reacts to the Celtics last second win over the Cavaliers

Danny had just hit the air as it looked like the Celtics would drop a close game to the Cleveland Cavaliers, ride along as Danny goes on the emotional roller coaster of the final 7.5 seconds of the game

Whiteside reflects on triple-double, career journey

Hassan Whiteside looks back on a particularly meaningful moment with triple-double performance.

Whiteside's triple-double, late push lift Heat over Hornets 98-95

Sometimes you have to go for a 3-point play the old-fashioned way. On Friday night, it was the only available three-sponse from the Miami Heat. And it arrived when needed most, on a night the Heat's now-backup center closed with a triple-double. With forward Chris Bosh converting a drive and making...

Winderman's view: Heat 98,, Hornets 95

Observations from Friday night's 98-95 victory over the Charlotte Hornets at Time Warner Cable Arena: -- Nothing wrong with a 3-point play the old-fashioned way. -- So on a night the Heat shot 0 for 9 on 3-pointers, Chris Bosh stepped up with a layup and free throw with 23.5 seconds left to get...
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 5, 2016

Cavaliers notebook: J.R. Smith goes quiet after he's again left out of All-Star weekend's 3-point shootout

CLEVELAND: For the 12th time in as many years, J.R. Smith was left out of the 3-point shooting contest for All-Star weekend.It shouldn’t be much of a surprise. Smith joked when he was asked about it months ago that the league doesn’t want him anywhere near All-Star weekend. LeBron James tried to help his cause this year, however, and Smith recently passed Mike Miller for 18th place on the league’s all-time 3-point list. Still, he was snubbed yet again despite shooting a higher percentage this season (.396) than two other contestants: Chris Bosh and James Harden. He has totaled more 3s...

Closer: Chris Bosh among NBA’s best fourth-quarter shooters

One of the best things the Heat have going for them is that they can ride Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh down the stretch. Both are among the best fourth-quarter scorers in the NBA, and ...

Heat's Chris Bosh to face a loaded field in the three-point contest

At 6-11, 235 pounds, Chris Bosh may not fit the old school discription of a lethal three-point shooter. But he's become one in today's NBA and on Thursday he was selected among a field of eight to compete in the...
Hot Hot Hoops Feb 4, 2016

Chris Bosh to compete in 2016 Foot Locker Three-Point Contest

Bosh selected for the first time to compete in the 3-point shootout. Miami Heat All-Star forward Chris Bosh may not be able to defend his crown in the Shooting Stars competition during NBA All-Star Weekend but he'll be able to compete in a more prestigious competition this year. For the first time, Bosh has been selected to participate in the 2016 Foot Locker Three-Point Contest along with defending champion Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors as well as James Harden of the Houston Rockets, Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors, Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns, Khris...

Winderman's view: Heat 93, Mavericks 90

Observations from Wednesday night's 93-90 victory over the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center: -- This was about just about everyone. -- Including Luol Deng stepping up with big shots when needed. -- And Chris Bosh scoring early. -- And Dwyane Wade scoring late. -- And Justise Winslow...

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