Tuesday , Aug , 19 , 2008 Oly Sandor

The secret to Chris Bosh’s strong play with Team USA

The basketball world is wondering how Toronto’s post made such strides in such a short time. Well, he apparently overhauled his training to include endless chin-ups, one-armed bench presses, pulling a Cadillac Escalade with his pearly whites, and pushing children off the track …

The secret to Chris Bosh's strong play with Team USAChris Bosh recently discussed his improved Team USA defence with the Toronto Star: 

"That I can play defence," he said after the United States trounced Greece 92-69 last night. "I know I’m digging a hole for myself with the Raptors and everything because the expectations are going to be there.

"I can play defence and I can play a different role. I think that’s hard for guys to accept sometimes, but I just want to win." …

"In ’06 I was still trying to find out what that role was, I was still trying to find myself and everything," he said. "It was frustrating because I wasn’t playing well and if I wasn’t doing what I was supposed to be doing, I couldn’t play.
(From the Toronto Star and featured in HoopsVibe’s News Section)

The basketball world is wondering how Toronto’s post made such strides in such a short time. Well, he apparently overhauled his training to include endless chin-ups, one-armed bench presses, pulling a Cadillac Escalade with his pearly whites, and pushing children off the track. Check it out …

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