We all know that Chris Bosh has come under fire this year for his disappearing acts at times in the biggest games. It isn't the first time that Bosh has been criticized, as Shaquille O'Neal called Bosh "the RuPaul of big men" in the past.
Well, during last night's game, Cleveland announcer Austin Carr echoed this sentiments as he compared Bosh to RuPaul during the telecast. When you look at last night's box score, it's obvious to see why people think the power forward is soft.
Bosh had four rebounds in last night's game. By comparison, Anthony Parker had seven, Ramon Sessions had six and Daniel Gibson had five.
That's right, Bosh was outrebounded by three guards in last night's game.
It's the most damning indictment of Bosh I've ever seen in my life. The man simply refuses to be a physical presence, and it's going to kill the Heat sooner or later. Miami doesn't have a guy who can scrap and get down there, get the tough rebounds and wear defenses down.
At some point, he's going to have to step up and play like he wants to win a championship instead of disappearing for long stretches of games. It's embarrassing, and it's the reason the Heat are looked at in the second tier of contenders in this league.