Monday, June 16, 2014

Chris Bosh on Spurs: Best team I ever saw

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Chris Bosh believes the 2014 San Antonio Spurs is the "best team he has ever seen and the best team he ever played against."

The Miami Heat forward made the comments to reporter Rachel Nichols following San Antonio's championship-clinching win over the Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.

It should be noted that Bosh's tune was certainly different from the one he was singing before the game.

"We're not going down, we're going to win this game tonight. "We're going to come, prepare like we need to do. Plain and simple, we're going to win this game," Bosh told Ben Golliver of Sports Illustrated.

To Bosh's credit, he wasn't afraid to give the Spurs much-deserved praise after getting beaten. And neither was teammate LeBron James, who echoed Bosh's sentiment by saying he agrees that the Spurs are the best team he ever played against.

Now the biggest question surrounding the Heat is where do they go from here? Will the Big Three stay together in Miami or will they split up?

Via Bleacher Report

7 comments:

  1. Wonder if he still rates himself a hall of Famer? What a Chump..... Isn't it appropriate for your peers to sing your praises ,not pat yourself on the back and then be unable to back it up..... maybe Miami finally learned along with other NBA teams that basketball is a TEAM Sport not a "I'm A Pompous Ass Superstar Wanna-Be Ball Hog." If I Was Bosh., I would take ask some of the great center champions( Russell, Shaq, etc) a little bit about humility...... Chump not Champ..

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    1. are you some kind of moron? Shaq is many things but humility is not one of is traits.

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  2. Not 1 Not 2 Not 3 Not 4 Not 5 Etc Etc. Were the heat talking about championships or APPEARANCES.
    HA HA HA!!!!

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  3. Hey guys it's done. Miami lost. Lebron and company conceded, what else do you want. You morons are just as good as the sportswriters who hasn't seen action as a player. You're just a great heckler.

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    1. Heckle? I think not. The media was prepared to crow Miami, not the average fan. If they take pleasure in the Heat losing, blame ESPN. Personally, I don't care. Basketball shouldn't be played in June.

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  4. I think Mon Babasa, because of the arrogance of the Heat, most people not only wanted to see them beat, loved that they were beat by so much. And pardon me, I may not have seen action as a player, I am in fact 80 years old and a women, but I am far from a moron, and I stood up and cheered when they lost (EACH time!)

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