Some might say Chris Bosh and his wife being robbed of 12 watches (worth $300k) , 2 rings ($4,000) , several purses ($155,000) and $20,000 in cash on his birthday was the big story. I say whatever, he’s already rich and they didn’t take his Championship ring. Others might say the spectacle of an exotic Moroccan-themed birthday party was the big story. I say, meh.
For me, it was all about the awesome and ginormous cake Bosh had from Divine Delicacies. Just look at this thing! I mean, how do you even cut this thing? Furthermore, why would you even want to cut this thing? It should be on display at the Louvre.
It was only a matter of time, but the Miami Heat did their World Champion version of the Harlem Shake. Some of the highlights you’ll love is Mario Chalmers dressed as Super Mario, LeBron James dressed like a King, Dwyane Wade dressed like a Kanye West mascot and Chris Bosh dressed well, like a Bosh. The Harlem Shake bar in the NBA has been set.
If you’re missing a kid with the nickname Tick-Tock, Pork Chop, Sizzle or Rick Springfield. Chill out, they are in good hands. Apparently they are hanging out with Chris Bosh and his son coping gear at Kids Foot Locker, destroying the Heat training room and taping up Ray Allen like a mummy. He’ll probably have them home by supper time. Don’t fret.
Chicago guy and President of the United States Barack Obama honoured the Miami Heat today at a White House ceremony. In typical cool Obama style, he poked fun at the basketball skills of LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade while praising them for being responsible fathers.
“For all the young men out there who are looking up to them over time, for them to see somebody who cares about their kids and is there for them, day in, day out, that’s a good message to send,”
The Baller and Chief also had hilarious comments on Mike Miller calling him an old man and Juwan Howard calling hm an even older man. The President also recognized the Heat for supporting military service members at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
During his annual “Santa Bosh’s Workshop” event put together by his Team Tomorrow Foundation. Chris Bosh took a few moments to answer a few questions about which artists he likes, spending Christmas in Miami, the best gift he ever received, the top three things to do in Miami and the Heat intro video.
In this episode Maestro hooks up with Chris Bosh in Los Angeles before heading back to Miami with Bosh to check out Art Basel, a Dolphins game and a few other stops along the way. Personally, I enjoyed this inside look at the positive mindset Bosh has with regards to the new chapter in his career with the Miami Heat. Watch the video below.