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Norris Cole photobombs Chris Bosh

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Noted photobomber Chris Bosh got bombed by Norris Cole after hitting a game-winning three.

Chris Bosh is often the forgotten member of The Big Three in Miami, but with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade out against the Spurs on Sunday, it was Bosh who stepped forward to deliver late-game heroics.

With the Heat trailing 86-85 in the waning moments, Bosh received a pass from Ray Allen and buried a three with 1.1 seconds left (h/t to USA Today's Sean Highkin):

A Tony Parker miss later, and Miami had themselves an improbable 88-86 victory. In the postgame interview, Bosh - a noted photobomber himself - was photobombed by Norris Cole, who scored 13 points in place of the injured Mario Chalmers:

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