Last night, the Miami Heat lost to the Chicago Bulls 93-89 in the United Center. The loss moved the Bulls to within one game of the Heat in the loss column and just two behind Boston. However, this game will go down in the annals of the 2010-11 NBA season not because of its impact on the standings, but rather because of the inexplicably awful performance by Heat forward and erstwhile “franchise player” Chris Bosh.
In addition to scoring just 7 points on 1-18 (yes, 1-18) shooting from the floor, with a few of those shots being point blank bunnies that Bosh doinked, the third member of the Heat’s “Big 3” may have turned in the worst flop in the history of basketball; and that is not hyperbole. Scroll to the bottom of the this post where I have embedded the video. It is pathetic.
Needless to say, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were not going to stand for Bosh’s ineptitude and pansy-ass defense. They got on him immediately after the game was over, and MSF was there to capture the entire exchange. It’s all there in today’s new photo story Two and a Half Men.
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And here is the epic Bosh flop: