On Monday, in advance of Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, ESPN’s Tom Haberstroh reported that Miami Heat All-Star Chris Bosh actually apologized to his team following the Heat’s Game 6 loss on Saturday against the Indiana Pacers.
Bosh shot 1-8 in that game, missing his last seven attempts from the field while showing absolutely no confidence on the offensive end for the final 47 minutes of the contest. The Heat star, who has missed 16 of his last 21 shots, called it like he saw it at shootaround on Monday. From Haberstroh’s column:
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Bosh has failed to score in double digits in three consecutive games for the first time since his rookie season in 2003-04. Bosh said he hopes to have a better Game 7 after "not being aggressive and not playing my best ball."