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Chris Bosh's very bad All-Star Game

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08:06 AM ET 02.18 | For starters, Chris Bosh's All-Star Game had its own issues. Bosh started Sunday's NBA All-Star Game because his head coach said so. ... Bosh was picked to start ahead of point guards Kyrie Irving and Jrue Holiday, both having outstanding seasons. The move allowed LeBron James to move to point guard, which was cool. But Bosh finished 3-for-9 from the field for six points and added two rebounds, three turnovers and three fouls in a poor performance. The Western Conference won 143-138. The East was minus 14 with Bosh on the court, worst of any player on either side. The ugliest part of the evening was when, in near succession in the second quarter, Chris Paul and Tony Parker dropped dribbles between his legs.

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February 18, 2013  08:31 AM ET

I was booing at my screen big time when they introduced Bosh as the starter over Irving!

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February 18, 2013  09:33 AM ET

Miami Arrogance Came Back To Bite You, Bro.

February 18, 2013  09:36 AM ET
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Wow is the pic of Bosh his sexy Diva poise, hand on hip with the head to the side. ...

That sure wasn't my first thought when I saw the picture.

February 18, 2013  09:42 AM ET

Imagine the game counted and anyone cared?

February 18, 2013  09:56 AM ET
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I was booing at my screen big time when they introduced Bosh as the starter over Irving!

Irving shouldn't have started either. Deng or George should have started. All that game showed was Spo's lack of coaching ability. What kinda of coach starts 4 forwards in an Allstar game?

February 18, 2013  10:02 AM ET

I think Irving should have been given the start as he was next in line at the PG position. Starting Bosh was a sham move.

February 18, 2013  10:21 AM ET

What Lebron wants Lebron gets!

February 18, 2013  10:32 AM ET
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Irving shouldn't have started either. Deng or George should have started. All that game showed was Spo's lack of coaching ability. What kinda of coach starts 4 forwards in an Allstar game?

oh the inory in the statement.. isnt Deng a forward too?

February 18, 2013  10:47 AM ET
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Irving shouldn't have started either. Deng or George should have started. All that game showed was Spo's lack of coaching ability. What kinda of coach starts 4 forwards in an Allstar game?

A coach who realizes it's an all-star game.

February 18, 2013  10:50 AM ET
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oh the inory in the statement.. isnt Deng a forward too?

He is. But I was trying to go along with Spo's thinking, if he really wanted 4 forwards he should have picked a more versatile wing forward instead of another post player.

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February 18, 2013  11:36 AM ET
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Bosh dates men.

How do you know? He must have called you up Bro.

February 18, 2013  11:38 AM ET
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A coach who realizes it's an all-star game.

Agreed, the AS game is like coaching on Xbox or on the Playstation.

February 18, 2013  11:39 AM ET

Miami is still defending champs and bosh is a big part of this team like it or not!

February 18, 2013  11:47 AM ET
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Miami is still defending champs and bosh is a big part of this team like it or not!

Bosh has made a huge sacrifice by playing center this season.

 
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