Check out Chris Bosh attempting to sing Tom Jones’ “It’s Not Unusual” and trying to dance like Carlton from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
Check out the Chris Bosh champagne bath video! LOL… Chris Bosh pours champagne on himself after winning the 2012 NBA Finals!
On his first day as a Turner Sports NBC analyst, Shaquille O’Neal insulted Miami’s Chris Bosh by not acknowledging him inside Miami’s “The Big 3.” Lebron James brushed off Shaq’s diss. See what LeBron said while leaving the Nike Store in L.A. yesterday!
Chris Bosh got very emotional and cried after losing in the 2011 NBA Finals against Dallas. People always say Chris is soft and sweet — this just gives them something else to poke fun at… smh. Bosh couldn’t walk on his own as the tears came crashing down! Chris Bosh cried as another teammate held him tight at his waist. It looks like Lebron James was wiping tears from his eyes as well.
Another Chris Bosh awkward moment: Chris Bosh — Microphone Check 1, 2!! [Video]
Ya’ll claim Chris Bosh is homo, soft, fruiter…etc, but he’s surely knockin’ em down! Have ya’ll seen his ex-girlfriend, Allison Mathis?! Anywayz, Miami Heat superstar Chris Bosh desperately wants his 2-year-old daughter to watch him play in the NBA Finals — but his ex girlfriend/baby mama won’t let her go to the games (SHAME ON YOU… ALLISON!) — so he’s going to court to try to force her hand.
Bosh and his ex-girlfriend, Allison Mathis, are locked in a bitter custody war — and while they hash out a permanent solution, they are currently abiding by a temporary court-ordered arrangement in which they share custody … and right now, their daughter is with Mathis.
TMZ obtained an emergency motion Bosh filed with a Maryland court last week — asking the judge to temporarily alter their agreement so “[Bosh's daughter] is able to share in what, to date, is the pinnacle of Bosh’s professional career, and possibly a once in a lifetime opportunity.”
Miami Heat made up for getting too comfortable before the buzzer sounded causing a preventable Game 2 loss. Dwyane Wade dropped 29 points and Chris Bosh added 18 points as the Heat held off the Dallas Mavericks 88-86 in Dallas. Dirk Nowitzki scored 34 points for the Mavericks… and they still loss at home.