It seems to be at least a weekly occurrence at this point. Miami wins a game, LeBron James or Dwyane Wade get the postgame interview, and Bosh sneaks up behind them unnoticed before popping up and making a goofy face.
If Chris Bosh has a big game and does postgame interview, then who gets to videbomb him?— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) March 7, 2013
Bosh is always having his own kind of fun on and off the court for the Miami Heat, and while he doesn't exactly fit the cool role that the Heat have put forth as a whole, he's a delightful personality who sticks out for a positive reason.
Having said that, it seems like the surprise and the humor is starting to wear off when it comes to Bosh photobombing the rest of his team.
When it was happening every once in a while, it was a surprise. Now it's almost as if it's expected of Bosh to come pop into every postgame interview.
Beyond that, the camera crews are keeping an eye on him now. Bosh was amazing at slinking into the perfect position unseen, before popping up into frame at just the right time.
I'm not calling for the end to the bombings; they're quite funny when done right. What I want to see is Bosh put them on the backburner for a while, and then come back to them when they're no longer expected.
Besides, there's no way he's ever going to top robotting through Wade's interview from a few nights back.