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Chris Bosh blocks Spurs’ Game 6 comeback attempt (video)

Jun 19, 2013, 12:27 AM EDT

Chris Bosh, the Heat’s center, was the Miami player who took the necessary step of declaring Danny Green was done getting open looks. When push came to shove, Bosh – the Heat’s center (!) – backed up his words, which really should have come from one of the perimeter players who kept leaving Green open.

Bosh blocked Green’s potential game-tying 3-pointer to close overtime of Game 6. Just 31 seconds earlier, Bosh blocked a Tony Parker jumper to preserve Miami’s one-point lead.

Bosh played good defense on Tim Duncan earlier in the game, but Duncan was making nearly all his shots anyway. Bosh’s blocks just draw attention to what was a strong individual defensive effort all night.

  1. dolphindubs - Jun 19, 2013 at 1:57 AM


    Thank you. Really. Thank you. That explains a whole lot. This guys posts comments NONSTOP article after article whenever the Heat lose and I always wonder what is this dude’s deal? If he is a Knicks fan then I can accept that, and will leave him alone knowing the Heat/Knicks rivalry. If he’s not…..he’s a punk for only posting after a Heat loss.

    Let me know cantonbound….I’ll cut ya some slack if you’re a Knicks fan

  2. canehouse - Jun 19, 2013 at 3:14 AM

    ALL HATERS if u can’t recognize a brilliant game… yes the HEAT were very fortunate… but also very resilient! if the spurs hit their free throws… they would be partying at LIV right now. See ya Thursday night!

  3. jjones314 - Jun 19, 2013 at 3:29 AM

    Stop with the excuses.

    When the Heat lose = No excuse. They lost. LeBron is a quitter and a failure. He is the worst player in nba history.

    But when the Heat win and LBJ has a good game = Excuse after excuse after excuse after excuse after excuse


  4. russellbandingo - Jun 19, 2013 at 8:09 AM

    For all of you conspiracy theorists, re watch Ray Allen 3 with 5 point whatever seconds left. don’t focus on the beginning of the replay and look at where he takes off from, watch the very end which they don’t like showing where Tony Parker clearly steps under him while landing. He tried to pressure him with his body playing good defense, but stepped underneath him after the shot causing him to land and almost fall down. Ray Allen should have been on the line to take the lead with 5 seconds left. And if you don’t think my new Genova Lee walked on that play, I’m not entirely sure you have any credibility on this earth. Calling for a missed foul on a play that happen after a three plus step walk, is pretty weak. It’s very hard to use the ref screwed us argument, when you miss a bunch of free throws, and the refs give you more free throws and the other team

    • goodknave - Jun 19, 2013 at 4:41 PM

      You really should stop taking acid.

  5. steelcitywhitty - Jun 19, 2013 at 8:26 AM

    Forget the refs – put this one on Coach Pop!! He stayed with Ginobili waaaaay to long. He never should have had Duncan on the bench for the last 2 Heat possessions. He should have called time out to get Parker in the game in the final OT possession.

    Quite frankly, Coach Pop was off his game last night, and it showed.

    • steelcitywhitty - Jun 19, 2013 at 10:08 AM

      look at the personnel on the final play … substitute Bonner, a legitimate 3pt threat for Splitter and Bosh would be at the top of key guarding the 3 instead of at the foul line putting him out of position to make the block.

      soo many coaching errors

  6. yousuxxors - Jun 19, 2013 at 8:49 AM

    heat hate is kind of crazy. danny green got away with a foul on lebrons fast break right before the many play. Duncan leveled bosh. the refs were bad all around. not saying many wasn’t fouled but that was probably the make up foul.

  7. Great Caesar's Ghost - Jun 19, 2013 at 11:51 AM

    THIS is why the HEAT will win NOT ONE, NOT TWO, NOT THREE….Get ready NBA the DYNASTY has begun. Pretty soon Heat will top the 60s Celtics as greatest all time. You dont need to win 12 to do that in today’s NBA. Four or Five today = 11 titles in the sixties. Bosh would destroy Russell.


    • 00maltliquor - Jun 19, 2013 at 12:01 PM

      I agree with you 5 in a row today=11 in the 60’s, but Bosh destroying Russell…..WHAAA?? How could you be so dis-re-spectful!!?

    • goodknave - Jun 19, 2013 at 4:43 PM

      Since it is obvious that you are either 15-years old or new to the sport, each team has five players on the court…the baskets are ten feet high…the foul line is 15 feet from the hoop………….

    • jimeejohnson - Jun 19, 2013 at 5:09 PM

      I think you’re lying.

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