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“Given all the elements that were out there last night … they were so hyped,” Bosh said. “My emotions got the best of me early on and it kind of dictated what I was doing for the rest of the game.”
“I was not trusting my game,” Bosh said. “The toughest thing to do in hostile environments is not just to trust your teammates but to trust yourself. Trust things you’ve been doing all your life.” ESPN.com
If Chris Bosh didn’t convince the basketball world that he was a weak, no talent fraud before these comments he made yesterday, he sure as hell did now. Bosh is exposing himself as one of the weakest competitors in the NBA. Kevin Garnett must be using these comments as “four-play” material with his wife. Garnett destroyed Bosh in Game 3 with 28 points and 18 rebounds, and now he has these comments to work with before Game 4? Somebody better get Bosh a personal advisor, because he is adding grease to the bonfire with these self revelation-type statements.
Everyone is waiting for Bosh’s final act of self implosion. If the Celtics take this series, it’s going to be epic.