No matter how well Chris Bosh plays, he’s always going to be looked at as the Miami Heat’s third wheel.Bosh was just as big of a recruiting target for Dwyane Wade in Miami as LeBron James was a few summers ago, but the label will always be there: Bosh is the weak link in the Heat’s triple-headed monster.
To make matters worse, Bosh is constantly lampooned by the likes of Shaquille O’Neal and the internet at-large for his supposed deficiencies.
But through it all, Bosh has mostly taken it in stride by remaining the incredibly weird and funny guy that made so many Toronto Raptors fans love him when he first entered the league.
As a little-known Toronto Raptors forward, Bosh created this entertaining video asking fans to vote for him as an All-Star starter in 2007. It worked
His 2008 pre-Olympics regimen included receiving strange words of encouragement from an older version of himself
He starred as Chris Justice, a rogue parking meter police turned gun-totting detective for Funny Or Die
Jay Leno took notice of Bosh's comedic skills and gave him a special NBA Finals correspondent gig in 2009 (stick through the ad, it's a really good bit)
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