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View Poll Results: Amare vs Bosh vs Boozer, Who would you rather have in the playoffs?

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  • Amare

    6 35.29%
  • Bosh

    9 52.94%
  • Boozer

    2 11.76%
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    Amare vs Bosh vs Boozer, Who would you rather have in the playoffs?

    Amare vs Bosh vs Boozer, Who would you rather have in the playoffs?
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    Bosh. Might be a bit biased but he is more versitile.

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    bosh because i think his the most talented out of those 3
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    Bosh is better than both, so I would definitely take him. Amare doesn't bring a consistent effort defensively, so that eliminates him. Boozer is good, but he's a limited player due to his lack of height and athleticism. Bosh is the better defender, rebounder and scorer. He has a good midrange game as well.
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    we're talking about playoffs,not overall(regular season) and because of that, i say amare

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    Bosh.

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    All three are suspect...i mean there good...but I dont think any of these guys can make you win in the playoffs...without 3 guys who run the team...

    my answer would be neither of the three...id say Amare but he might get injured...Boozer but he gets pushed around....then Bosh third...because he has no experience

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    Ok, I went ahead to compile these numbers from basketball-reference regarding Amare and Bosh and Boozer to see has done more and produced more in both the season and the playoffs. The results show the following:

    Amare in the 2005 playoffs against Duncan in the WCF put these numbers up
    41
    37
    34
    31
    42

    He averaged 37 ppg in that series.


    Here are the three players numbers for their career.


    Amare's career playoffs thus far

    Games 36 / 25.1 ppg / 10.4 rpg / 1.9 bpg / 1.1 spg / 52% FG / PER 25.0


    Bosh career playoffs thus far

    Games 11 / 20.5 ppg / 9.0 rpg / 1.2 bpg / 1.6 spg / 43% FG / PER 20.4


    Boozer career playoffs thus far

    Games 34 / 20.4 ppg / 12.4 rpg / 0.3 bpg / 0.9 spg / 50% FG / PER 20.1



    For the Season here are the numbers for:
    Amare
    21.1 ppg / 8.9 rpg / 1.5 bpg / 0.9 spg / 54% FG / PER 22.6


    Bosh
    19.6 ppg / 9.1 rpg / 1.2 bpg / 0.8 spg / 49% FG / PER 20.7


    Boozer
    16.8 ppg / 10.0 rpg / 0.5 bpg / 1.2 spg / 54% FG / PER 20.7
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    Boozer

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