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Chris Bosh held out of Heat practices with sore knee

Oct 2, 2012, 1:43 PM EDT

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Right now, teams are going to be very, very cautious with star players. Guys are going to miss training camp days for things they wouldn’t blink of playing through during the season.

With that, we bring you this note about Chris Bosh from Ira Winderman at the Sun Sentinel.

Chris Bosh was held out of practice by coach Erik Spoelstra, with Spoelstra saying Bosh had soreness in his knee.

Of sitting out Tuesday, Bosh said, “Just training camp legs, just getting really back, acclimated.”

It’s probably nothing. But it’s something to watch.

  1. nycalldayz - Oct 2, 2012 at 2:16 PM

    He’s not a factor so it’s probably not a big deal. This team only goes as far as Lebron takes them. After the 3rd quarter, then the Heat are in trouble.

  2. jcf78 - Oct 2, 2012 at 3:05 PM

    Here we go Miami bashing hahahaha!!!!! People forget the MVP performance of LeBron in the NBA finals,oh yea and the Olympics…..but I forgot this is a NY fan……hehehe

  3. dgbk - Oct 2, 2012 at 3:16 PM

    3 qtr Lebron jokes are pretty weak. He won his first title and every other meaningful award last season. I am not a miami fan or stan but give credit where credit is due.

  4. michaeljordanseviltwin - Oct 2, 2012 at 4:08 PM

    I get the feeling that Miami is going to be cautious health-wise all season. They have proven that you don’t need the #1 seed to make the Finals. Between Wade’s knee, Bosh’s stomach/knee, Miller’s everything and Allen’s ankle I see the reserves getting a lot of minutes during the season.

    • miamatt - Oct 2, 2012 at 7:30 PM

      You got it exactly right, evil twin. The Heat can get a top-3 seed without breaking a sweat; making it to the playoffs healthy and as rested as possible is the no. 1 priority. The best team will win, whether at home or on the road.

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