words // Nick Engvall
All season Chris Bosh has been the odd man out of Miami’s ‘Big 3′ when it comes to his performance on court. Although he’s been a solid contributor most of the time, the critics, as well as other players, seemed to have gotten into his head throughout the season. Before this series against the Bulls even, Carlos Boozer made comments on Bosh’s play. However, in Sunday’s Game 4, Bosh was the All-Star he’d been signed to be when he joined Miami in the off-season.
Bosh scored a game-high 34 points on 13-of-18 shooting during Sunday’s 96-85 win. Behind Bosh’s big scoring was LeBron James’ 10 assists and 22 points. Ironically, on the other side of the court, Carlos Boozer led the Bulls with a big game. Boozer scored 26 points and grabbed 17 rebounds but it wasn’t enough to stop the hot shooting Bosh and the Heat.
Check out the latest Sneaker Watch coverage below courtesy of ESPN.
Chris Bosh stepped up to lead the Heat to a win in Game 3 wearing the Nike Air Max Hyperdunk.
Luol Deng in the Nike Air Max Fly By.
Another look at Luol Deng’s Air Max Fly By PE.
A nice look at LeBron’s Nike LeBron 8 PS.
Carlos Boozer in the Nike Hyperdunk 2010, defended by Chris Bosh in the Nike Air Max Hyperdunk 2010.
Mike Bibby drives in a PE colorway of the Jordan 3 Percent Max.
Dwyane Wade wearing his signature, the Jordan Fly Wade.