Bosh is listed as a game time decision, but is expected to fly back up to New York and play in game 3 of the Miami Heat vs New York Knicks series. Heat coach Erik Spolstra had this to say about the situation,”Having his presence would help even if he isn’t 100 percent, when we left we knew it could be any day (talking about when the baby would be born).” All of Miami’s big three now have children, and this time last year Heat forward Shane Battier and guard Mike Miller had children. Lebron had his son back when he appeared in the NBA finials with the Cavs in 2007. James then said this on the situation of the Bosh’s,”This is a great way to get away from it, to come back here and play the game of basketball, to get away from the kid and get away from everything that’s going on with that. I mean that’s what I did, I got away from my family and I was able to go play in the Finals. … I would bet he’d be here, this is a huge game.”Congrats to Chris and Adrienne on having their child.
Don’t forget to catch the Heat duke it out with the Knicks in the first game in the garden tonight at 7pm!