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Heat's Bosh plays through back spasms


Posted Nov 24 2010 8:19PM - Updated Nov 24 2010 8:40PM

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Add Chris Bosh to the Miami Heat's growing injury list.

Bosh went to the locker room because of back spasms in the first quarter against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night. He returned in the second quarter.

Bosh landed awkwardly after grabbing a rebound and limped off the court holding his left hip. His injury was only the latest for the Heat.

Udonis Haslem's season might be over after surgery this week to repair a torn ligament in his left foot, Mike Miller isn't expected back until after Christmas because of a broken thumb and ligament damage, Dwyane Wade has been playing through a sprained left wrist, LeBron James has been dealing with a shin problem for a couple weeks and Howard was playing with a broken nose.

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