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South Beach NWO Strikes Again: Chris Bosh Admits to ‘Playing With People’s Emotions’ Before Signing With Miami Heat

by BSO Staff | Posted on Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Maybe LeBron James, Chris Bosh and DeWayne Wade have decided to share everything on the court and some things off the court. It seems that they are taking their turns being the vililan in the press.  Earlier this week it was LeBron’s turn to be villian, letting people know he’s made a list and is checking it twice.  Now it’s Chris Bosh’s turn. Bosh spoke with NYdailynews.com about how ‘entertaining’ it was to play with people’s emotion.  Check out his quote:

“If you think about how many times somebody asks you, ‘How are you,’ that’s how many times I was asked, ‘Where you going?” said Bosh. “So it’s like, well, in my case, I’m going to have fun with it. I’m going to play with people’s emotions. I’m going to be high and low. I wouldn’t call it a game because it’s serious, but, I mean, it’s entertainment at the end of the day. It’s the truth,” Bosh said. “We’re entertaining and everything but at the same time I’m just getting my feelings out there. It’s entertaining to see people react to your real emotions because if it wasn’t fun I wouldn’t do it.”

There must some type of punch they have down in South Beach, and I’m not talking about a Call-a-Cab at Wet Willie’s.  This punch contains som type of  elixir that makes regular humble athletes turn into narcissistic people who constantly crave attention and by any means necessary. The South Beach NWO must be drinking it like Homer drinks Duff Beer.

I am glad that the South Beach NWO understands that starting now, the end result must be a championship:

“Championship. First year. That’s the goal,” he said. “That’s what we’re trying to achieve. I think everybody knows that. I think everybody in the organization is on the same page. I think LeBron and Dwyane will say the same exact thing. It’s either championship or fail for the duration that we’re together. We did this to win a championship. So there is no two-year, three-year plan. It’s like let’s play right now for a championship.”

Ladies and Gentlemen, the South Beach NWO, narcissistic, but perceptive.

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  1. Abdul says:

    Bosh wanted to be a star as a result of this most recent free agency period. I don't think it has as much to do with titles as he says. Yes, I am certain he wants to win titles, but I think this has as much or more to do with his desire to be a bigger name in the sports world than he ever was in Toronto. I think this free agency period embarrassed the league in a variety of ways. It is going to make some fans think about how competitive and committed a player in the last year of his contract will be when unrestricted free agency is staring him in the face. There are already questions swirling around LeBron and Bosh in that regard. I think LeBron valued his free agency as much or more than winning a title. The monies paid out to players now, I think, will start to decrease after this next CBA comes about. I do think the league is losing money. And then, the constant craving of attention. It is not enough to some of these guys that they are successful on the floor. They need attention so bad they will trash their credibility just for someone to talk about them. Isn't Bosh supposed to have some documentary about his free agency? I know this gives the league a team that many will root against, but I don't think this was a good look for the league at all.

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