Chris Bosh led the Miami Heat to a game 6 win against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night after blocking two critical shots in overtime play.
The Heat center said before the game that Danny Green was “done getting open looks,” and he backed up that promise.
With seconds left in overtime, Green attempted one last 3-pointer from the perimeter when Bosh easily blocked his shot and threw the basketball down the court in celebration.
The Miami Heat won 103-100 and forced a game 7 against a tough Spurs opponent.
Bosh not only blocked Danny Green’s three-point attempt, he also blocked a Tony Parker shot 31 seconds earlier. The Miami Heat were up by one point when Parker missed his opportunity to take the lead.
The turn around in play for Chris Bosh was noticeable. Earlier in the game, he attempted to defend against Tim Duncan who ended up making nearly all of his shots. While Duncan managed to knock down shots, Bosh managed to pull off a great personal defensive stance all night long.
The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs will not head to what is sure to be an exciting game 7 showdown. Let the trash talking begin.
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