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LeBron James’ “Sick Game” Proves Chris Bosh and Team Can Step Up When Needed
It was only a game against the Phoenix Suns in the middle of November, but the Miami Heat taking down Phoenix 97-88 in their Saturday night matchup was more symbolically important than it was important in the standings.
Dwyane Wade was out of the game, and LeBron James was feeling under the weather with flu-like symptoms, but the Heat were able to grab control of the game shortly after halftime and wrestle it into submission.
It wasn’t one of their prettiest wins of the year, nor was it their largest, but it finished off their road trip in winning fashion.
Now, instead of leaving for Miami with a modest 3-3 record on the road over the course of their six-game trip, they’re able to return with their head held high after a 4-2 stint.
LeBron was good enough in this game to be effective, but he wasn’t the reason they won the game.
Instead, Miami got solid contributions from Mike Miller, Shane Battier, Mario Chalmers, an effective collective bench effort, and above all else, a great game from Chris Bosh.
To get all of the dull stuff out of the way, Bosh led the way with 24 points on 9-of-11 shooting, Battier added 12, Chalmers had 11, Miller put up nine, Ray Allen led the bench with nine points and LeBron threw on 21 of his own in a bit of a shaky shooting night.
By Jesse Dorsey