Apr 6, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Bosh (1) runs against the New York Knicks during the first half at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Bosh on Miami Heat’s biggest obstacle: ‘Ourselves’


Nobody can beat the Miami Heat, other than than the Miami Heat of course. That’s the word from Chris Bosh who believes the Heat’s biggest foe come the playoffs are themselves.

Chris Bosh on which team in the league is the #Heat‘s best competition: “Ourselves.”

Of course, when you’re the reigning back-to-back NBA Champions, I guess you can get away with staying that.

That said, I have to imagine the Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and a few others aren’t exactly impressed with such a sentiment from Bosh.

Of course, context is everything and it might not have been as cocky as it sounded on the surface as the Heat are dealing with a rash of rather significant injuries, so maybe Bosh was suggesting health was the bigger issue. Granted, simply stating such might have saved him some grief.

So how say you FanSided? Do you think anybody can beat the Heat in a seven game series? Or is the only team who can shut down Miami located in South Beach?

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  • Leroy Boyd

    Its nice that Bosh thinks that but without a healthy Wade the Bulls and Nets are a issue for them. We all know Wade is one dribble from missing 2-3 games or an entire series. So yea he is right they are their own problem unhealthy yea they could be taken out by the Bulls or Nets.