The Chris Bosh Bachelor Party, Starring Criss Angel In Vegas

No man likes planning a wedding, but everybody likes a bachelor party. Especially Chris Bosh, because... MAGIC. You know that Hangover sequel that everyone hated? Well, have you heard about the sequel to the sequel? The New York Post reports:

NBA star Chris Bosh's Las Vegas bachelor party, dubbed "The Hangover 3," was a four-day bro-down on the Strip involving guns, booze, red meat and magic over the weekend. "It was everything these guys don't get to do during the season," said a source close to the 12-man party posse, including New Orleans Hornets Jarrett Jack and Pops Mensah-Bonsu.

They landed in Sin City Thursday and headed straight to a shooting range to blow off steam before moving to N9NE Steak house. Friday included dinner at Lavo before Criss Angel's show, "Believe." Angel pulled Bosh onstage to make him part of the act, and later levitated before the Miami Heat player's crew backstage.

Yeah, so the only way "Hangover 3" could sound less appealing would be replacing the shooting range (which is actually an awesome idea) with a gourmet dinner from Guy Fieri.

As for the Criss Angel show... Forget all the other options you have in Vegas. How could anyone turn down down a chance to see an in-person levitation from America's favorite emo magician?


Besides, Bosh was only catering to his guests. Pops Mensah-Bonsu sounds like a guy who LOVES magic. Oh, speaking of the guest list... Where were LeBron and D-Wade?



(Photos via Getty Images and Popculturemadness)

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