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Kevin Durant Is Right: Chris Bosh Is Soft

By: josh q. public on: Monday, January 31, 2011 @1:11 pm

Kevin Durant Is Right: Chris Bosh Is SoftYoure just as soft as a lion tamed.  Youre just as wet as the evening rain.  Soft and wet.  Soft and wet.  -Prince

After yesterday’s Heat/Thunder game, Kevin Durant called out Chris Bosh.  After yesterday’s Heat/Thunder game, Kevin Durant said of Bosh, “There’s a lot of fake tough guys in this league and he’s one of them.”  In a word, Kevin Durant called Chris Bosh, soft.  In a word, Kevin Durant is, right.             

During the off-season, folks were putting Bosh on the same level as Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire.  Folks were wrong.  In Miami, Bosh is being exposed as the fraud he is.  In Miami, Bosh is being exposed as the perimeter big man who put up inflated scoring and rebounding numbers in Toronto.  Don’t believe me or Durant?  Ask Shaq.  Shaq Daddy once said, “I heard what Chris Bosh said, and that’s strong words coming from the RuPaul of big men.  I’m going to do the same thing I did before – make him quit.  Make ‘em quit and complain.”  Quit and complain is what Chris Bosh does best.  It’s what he did the other night in a game against the Bulls. 

The other night in a game against the Bulls, Omer Asik took out Bosh’s legs while diving for a loose ball.  Bosh had this to say:  “I know guys want to hustle and everything but we all want to play and provide for our families and have a job.”  Really?  Really, Chris Bosh?  It’s stuff like that there why the “soft” label has been tatooed across your lily-livered forehead.  It’s stuff like that there that enabled rajon Rondo to do this to you:

Stuff like that there that inspired The Basketball Jones to do this to you:

Yes sports fans, Kevin Durant was right.  Chris Bosh is soft.  Charmin soft.  Carvelle soft.  Cookie Puss.  Cookie Pussy.

Peace out homies.  Six two and even!

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