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    What happened to Chris Bosh's game

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3oNEREzM3U

    I know ISO play's like he always got in Toronto are impossible to come by with LeBron and Wade, but where is this aggressiveness, this fire, this passion he used to play with in Toronto? This guy gave %110 effort and then some on boards and defense but now he barely gets 6 rebounds a game?

    Will we ever see this out of Bosh again?




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    When LBJ and Wade are out of the game, he will be aggressive

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    Became a 3rd option. Even Jordan as a 3rd option would fall off a lot. You get less touches and less of everything. It's what he knew he was getting into.

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    what a bad time to make this thread...

    Heat have the luxury to take it easy in the regular season.

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    It was the hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akesh99 View Post
    It was the hair.
    he could be himself in a Raptors jersey.

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    Look what he did tonight. He could do that consistently if he was a first option. Hes so underrated because of the guys around him. For me hes the best PF in the game, he just doesnt have the usage and stats to back it up.
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    Well, he was the best midrange shooter in the NBA. Just relegated to a #3 role most of the time. I don't think Harden is playing that much better since he went to Houston, just being the #1 option now.

    I guess you could point to the fact that he's 3rd in scoring among players with a usage rate of under 24% over the past 4 years.

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    It's only because he's a third option. Bosh could easily average 22-10 as the primary scorer but sacrifices because, well, Wade and LeBron are better. Bosh is still a great player, and I think it took last night's game to be reminder of that (at least for me).

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    Like others have said in the right situation Chris Bosh could easily be a top-10/top-15 player in the NBA and without questions a top-3 PF if not the best in the game. On the HEAT he is in a great situation to win but a HORRIBLE situation to put up great stats.

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    It should be noted as well that Bosh was never an elite rebounder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_noodles View Post
    It should be noted as well that Bosh was never an elite rebounder.
    And he also was never anything special defensively, at least until he came to the Heat. He's much improved on that end of the floor now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_noodles View Post
    It should be noted as well that Bosh was never an elite rebounder.
    Never elite but in TOR always put up between 9-10 rebs per game which is solid for a PF. He plays out of position at center now so it's tougher to grab those rebounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swashcuff View Post
    And he also was never anything special defensively, at least until he came to the Heat. He's much improved on that end of the floor now.
    Yes his defense has actually been excellent in spurts especially on the perimeter he is very versatile on that end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odiz View Post
    Look what he did tonight. He could do that consistently if he was a first option. Hes so underrated because of the guys around him. For me hes the best PF in the game, he just doesnt have the usage and stats to back it up.
    No way you can possibly put him over Kevin Love.

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