Last year all the jokes were about Lebron coming up small and Chris Bosh being…Well SOFT. Now Lebron has turned himself back into the King and Chris Bosh has found his role amongst the BIG 3.
Last year, Bosh was an afterthought as most of his points came in a cleanup role similar to Chris Webber when he was in Sacramento, without the production. Bosh never really had any plays run for him as the team was in isolation mode for most of the game last season.
This year, things were different. The Heat began to run plays and when Dwyane Wade got injured, Bosh and Lebron were able to hold down the fort and be productive as a duo. This might have helped Eric Spoelstra more than you will ever know because he figured out how to use a legitimate rotation keeping two of the superstars on the floor at the same time to get production.
The Heat went on a run without Bosh against the Pacers, but they would have surely lost had he not returned against the Celtics. Even a bit out of shape, Bosh was able to make a difference and when he got it going, his fresh legs proved to be the boost the Heat needed against the aging Celtics as he was able to rebound offensively and knock down perimeter jump shots in clutch moments of the final two games.
Oh and kill the Gay stuff too, your wife don't look like this:
Bosh earned everyone’s respect this year as he played hurt a little but he proved to be the glue that the team needed to pull itself together on the brink of elimination. No longer will he be referred to by haters as “Chrissy Bosh”, “Tara dactyl Face”, and “Soft”. Now Bosh can get the respect he deserves as an elite star in the league. Sure the media is Lebron happy, as well they should be, but there is no way that the Heat get this ring without Bosh coming up big.