Recapping Chris Bosh's epic Warmth jersey retirement, speech, and unforgettable profession | The Soar

In her each day monologue, Rachel Nichols of The Soar recaps Chris Bosh’s epic jersey retirement and speech with the Miami Warmth, in addition to his unforgettable profession taking part in alongside Dwyane Wade and LeBron James, together with that rebound and move to Ray Allen in Recreation 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals vs. the San Antonio Spurs.

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  1. lol, hes a nice guy, good player etc.. but stop licking his ass bout speaking spanish, he said simple things that a kid can learn in a week, stop hyping him like he did something extraordinary, im actually dissapointed he had almost 10 years of learning and thats all he said..

  2. And all that was possible because of one person LeBron James…

    I'm just saying when it's all said and done LeBron James is going to have his jersey retired in Cleveland Miami and maybe just maybe in LA but that's a long stretch but definitely in Cleveland and Miami…

    If they build a statue outside Miami for Chris Bosh they better put one for LeBron you know he's getting a statue outside the Cleveland

  3. Awww maaan that ending though 😭😭😭 I hated that team because of LeBron but I always loved Chris Bosh. Plus they had Mike Miller, Birdman, Norris Cole, Chalmers, Haslem and a few more dope fuckin role players! That Heat squad has to be a top 5 team of All-Time

  4. Man I'm a Spurs fan and from Argentina, so I love Ginobili. But seeing both of their jerseys being retired so close in between?? That was just pure poetry. Both amazing guys and amazing, unselfish and fun players. I'm really sad that Bosh couldn't end his career on his own terms like Manu did, but I'm glad to see him happy and upbeat as he always has been. Chris, good luck and all the best in whatever you pursue after your amazing career.

    Gracias Manu y Gracias Chris, gracias a ambos. Por todo.

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