Eric Spoelestra Wants To Work, Chris Bosh Just Wants To Chill

After Miami's dominant performance against the Phoenix Suns last night, you might think that headline is just a snarky way of cutting Chris Bosh back down to size after his 35-point, breakout performance last night. But this is Chris Bosh we're talking about. He doesn't need anyone's help to be cut down to size.

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After his 35-point breakout performance Wednesday night, he talked to ESPN about adjusting to his new coach, Eric Spoelstra:

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"He wants to work, we wanna chill. I hope he can meet us halfway."

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Coach wants to work, we wanna chill... The NBA: Where Amazing Happens Despite Apathy.

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And indeed, Chris Bosh was amazing last night. 35 points on 17 shots is nothing to sneeze at. But let's not get carried away, as Mike Prada writes. Or, we could get REALLY carried away like one Heat beat writer last night:

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Trade Bosh? Heck, add 4 more of him.

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Five Chris Boshes... That's like a thought experiment, isn't it? What weighs more: A thousand pounds of feathers or five Chris Bosh clones? ... HA! It's a trick question! They all get dunked on equally. It's the law of the NBA gravity.

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