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Chris Bosh admits he’s mentally weak

RedsArmyAdmin May 9, 2011 Uncategorized 4 Comments

Chris bosh Chris Bosh is a mess.  To call his psyche fragile would be a gross understatement.  And he's not very bright either.  Because not only did he get intimidated by the Garden crowd and atmosphere Saturday night… he admitted it.

When the Miami Heat came on the floor 15 minutes before Game 3's tipoff Saturday night the arena was darkened and the seats at TD Garden were full. On the videoboard above, the Boston Celtics were shown outside their locker room jumping up and down as the theme from Rocky pulsed from the loud speakers.

It was intimidating and that was before anyone had even broken a sweat. Most arenas are rowdy in the playoffs and in Boston it's tradition.

The intensity of that atmosphere got to Chris Bosh, something he admitted when looking back on his first road game in the second round. Bosh said nerves were a major factor in perhaps his worst game of the season, a six-point, five-rebound effort in 30 minutes in the Heat's 97-81 blowout loss.

"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."

Do you hear that Garden crowd for tonight's game?  Chris Bosh is easily intimidated by you.  Perhaps we should make him feel better by lining up along the baseline, giving him a hug, and saying "it's not your fault…. it's not your fault….."

OR… 

We could light him the F— up like and show him what happens when you actually TRY to intimidate someone.

Your choice. 

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  • http://profile.typepad.com/hilary8484 Hilary8484

    I love it.
    And since Wade was prissily offended that anyone would even imply that he might have made a dirty play, I hope the crowd keeps letting him hear it, too.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/paulmkane2001 Paulmkane2001

    I think the crowd will be roaring at Wade a lot louder than at Bosh. It might have made a difference if Wade had been willing to acknowledge that, yes, he OBVIOUSLY has to do a better job at respecting the difference between tough play and thug play. But he chose to double down, haughtily defending the dangerous way he’s been playing. Doc may continue to make excuses for Wade, but I think Celtics fans have had it with his excuses. What he did to Rondo wasn’t anything remotely like an ordinary basketball play. It requires an acknowledgement from him that what he did was wrong.
    And what makes it so pathetic and depressing is that Wade has been one of the league’s most respected players. He’s copping a ‘woe is me, the world hates me attitude’! Not at all, Wade. Fans love you. You are the one backing yourself into an ugly corner.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/alexcosta Alex Costa

    I have to agree.
    Wade used to be someone I respected but now… it seems he has turned a corner and slowly positioning himself into Lebron status.
    His ego and “everyone is against me boohoo” attitude is f’ing stupid and childish.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/friendjackson Jackal

    Oh man, I wish I didn’t live 600 miles from Boston. What I wouldn’t give to be right there in the middle of this. For those of you attending, light him up extra for the rest of us outside New England!