16 January 2011
"You've got to watch people's legs. I know guys want to hustle and everything but we all want to play and provide for our families and have a job."
Bosh was immediately frustrated with Asik, who has worked his way into coach Tom Thibodeau's lineup mostly through hustle and fighting for loose balls. Before he left the floor, Bosh shook hands with Asik but still was salty about the play after the game.
"We all want to be healthy and that is very important," said Bosh, who had 11 of his 17 points in the third quarter before the injury. "If it is by somebody's leg, don't dive for the ball, it's too close."
I read these comments by Chris Bosh last night and kind of blew it off. The Heat lost a close game, in which Bosh couldn't participate in because of a twisted knee. The Bulls ended up winning 99-96, giving the Heat its third straight loss.
Then I saw the play again today, and read the comments again, and I remembered what a piece of shit Bosh is.
Omer Asik made a fair attempt at the loose ball, diving on the ground for it behind Bosh. If Bosh would have went for the ball, instead of being a lazy piece of shit, he wouldn't have gotten hurt. But instead, other guys "want to hustle" and Bosh just wants to play and provide for his family. Don't hustle around Chris Bosh, or he might get pissed off. Get the fuck out of here, with your Latrell Spreewell-esque quote.
I think we can say that he's been exploited in Miami, and is showing how overrated he was in Toronto. Bosh has dropped his PER by 5 since he came to Miami. He seems content with shooting jumpers. He doesn't like to be physical, even though he's bigger than most players on the floor. He shot 3-of-fucking-12 when being defended by Kurt Thomas and Carlos Boozer. He's one of the most talented players in the NBA, but doesn't use it, because that requires hustling. He can't hustle, because he wants to play and provide for his family and have a job. What a vag.
I'm so happy the Bulls signed Boozer instead of Bosh.
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