Chris Bosh

#1FC,
Height: 6' 11"
Weight: 235
Born:
College: Georgia Tech
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas
Draft: 2003 1st round (4th pick) by the
  • Bam Adebayo impressing experts after strong Summer League showing
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    Bam Adebayo impressing experts after strong Summer League showing

    The Miami Heat got exactly what they needed in the 2017 NBA Draft. After the team drafted Bam Adebayo out of Kentucky with the 14th pick, there were a lot of fans and experts second-guessing the team for the pick. Adebayo is proving early on that he doesn't deserve that. It is about time for both Heat fans and NBA experts to give Adebayo the respect he has earned through his solid Summer League play. In 30.8 minutes per game in the Summer League, Adebayo averaged 17.5 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. His success didn't just come on the offensive end as Adebayo averaged 2.3 blocks and 1 steal per game. The rookie is showing early on that he could be a terrific big man in support of (or even alongside)

  • Magic sign Khem Birch
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    Magic sign Khem Birch

    The Orlando Magic have signed 6-foot-9 big man Khem Birch, the club announced Wednesday. Birch, now 24, went undrafted in 2014, spending summer league with the Washington Wizards and training camp with the Miami Heat. After one season with the Sioux Falls SkyForce, the Heat’s NBA D-League affiliate, Birch headed overseas. He played for the Turkish team Uşak Sportif in 2015 and then the Greek powerhouse Olympiacos in 2016. Birch made 37 appearances for Olympiacos in EuroLeague play, averaging 7.3 points, 5.6 rebounds, and one block while shooting 62.4 percent from the floor. He figures to get his points as a rebounder and finisher. Birch has yet to catch on in the NBA, but has found success at

  • Would it make sense for the Heat to bring back Norris Cole?
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    Would it make sense for the Heat to bring back Norris Cole?

    In 2011, the Miami Heat traded for Norris Cole on draft night when he was taken with the 28th pick by the Chicago Bulls. He busted on the season quickly as a rookie when he scored double figures in the 4th quarter in his first home game against the Boston Celtics, including the go-ahead jumper in the final minute. Cole won NBA Championships in his first two seasons in the NBA, and then in his third season with the Heat he began the season as the starting point guard. But in 2015, the Heat dealt him on the trade deadline in a package that acquired Goran Dragic from the Phoenix Suns. Since then, Cole played for the Pelicans, Raptors, and most recently the Oklahoma City Thunder. But he’s still a