Chris Bosh ‘comfortable’ playing center for Miami
He’s changed his tune thus far in the postseason. Because of Philadelphia’s speed at the position, Bosh has played extended minutes at center. His role is expected to remain the same throughout the series. "It just took some time to get comfortable to it," Bosh said." At first, I was kind of frightened. I didn’t really want to play the five. I know I’ve said that a bunch of times."
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: There’s a saying. Winning changes everything, especially if there’s a chance to win a championship.
Case in point: Chris Bosh.
At the start of the season, Bosh wasn’t into playing center for the Miami Heat. After all, he labored at the position for the Toronto Raptors, even though he fancied himself a power forward with skills and a face-up game.
When he signed with the Heat as part of The Great Free Agent Chase of 2010, he was under the impression his days at the five were over.
Now Bosh is open to playing center. A playoff run and the possibility of hoisting a championship will do this.
The Heat is at their best with Bosh at center. This allows them to spread the floor with two shooters, and lets LeBron James and Dwyane Wade isolate against their man or run a pick-and-roll.
Only time will tell if Bosh playing out of position will pay off with a championship, though.
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