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Chris Bosh's quest to three-peat as LeBron James videobomb champion starts strong

"Oh look Maude. Chris Bosh is still being weird."

Chris Bosh is the undisputed king of slipping into live shots as his teammate LeBron James invariably gets interviewed after a Miami Heat win. He began the 2013-14 season off strong, with a creepy stare at the camera. The best part is that the cameraman is in on it, or at least realizes that Bosh's face is always going to be the most interesting thing in any on-court interview that doesn't involve Gregg Popovich or Metta World Peace.

My concern is whether Bosh's obvious love of videobombing will affect his potential free agency decision in July. If LeBron goes to Cleveland or somewhere else, will Bosh immediately latch onto another star? Because if Bosh becomes his team's best player, he'll be getting those David Aldridge chats more regularly. And you can't videobomb your own interview.

... or can you?

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