Chris Bosh

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Chris

Bosh

2015 - 16 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 33.5 46.7 36.5 79.5 19.1 7.4 2.4 0.6
CAREER STATS 35.8 49.4 33.5 79.9 19.2 8.5 2 1

HEIGHT

6 ft11 in

/ 2.11m

WEIGHT

235 lbs

/ 106.6kg

LATEST VIDEOS

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Chris Bosh has failed his physical and is not cleared to participate in Miami Heat training camp.

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Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat explains how to play against a Double Team.

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Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat explains how to play against a Double Team.

Hornets Heat Series Recap

The Heat and Hornets battled through seven games before Miami won to advance to the Eastern semifinals.

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Check in on the Miami Heat as they continue on the journey to get back to the Finals.

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NBA TV's Jared Greenberg and Steve Smith review the latest updates on Chris Bosh's health and if he will return to the Miami Heat this season.

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LaMarcus Aldridge scores 28 points, Kawhi Leonard adds 23 and the Spurs beat the Heat 119-101 on Tuesday night - the sixth straight time San Antonio has topped Miami, going back to the 2014 NBA Finals.

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Chris Bosh spins around Jonathon Simmons for the slam jam.

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Here are the Top 10 Plays from Tuesday night's action in the NBA.

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Chris Bosh turns the corner and hits the defender with the spin move before rising for the jam.

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Chris Paul scores 22 points with two rebounds and seven assists as the Clippers defeat the Heat, 100-93.

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Hassan Whiteside follows the Chris Bosh miss with the putback dunk.

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Dwyane Wade scores 22 and Chris Bosh adds 20 as the Heat hold on to beat the Hornets 98-95.

Three Point Highlights Chris Bosh

See how Chris Bosh stretches the defense with his 3-point accuracy!

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Chris Bosh scores 20 points, Dwyane Wade adds 18 after matching the worst shooting half of his career and the Heat beat the Mavericks 93-90 Wednesday night.

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James Harden scores 26 points and ties a career-high with 14 assists as the Rockets snap a three-game skid with a 115-102 win over the Heat on Tuesday night.

0021500715 ATL MIA Recap

Dwyane Wade scores 17 points and dishes out eight assists as the Heat beat the Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena.

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Chris Bosh takes the pass and finishes with an easy slam.

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Dwyane Wade leads the Heat with 24 points and 7 assist to lead Miami past the Bucks, 107-103.

2016 All-Star Top 10 Chris Bosh

Check out the top 10 plays from Eastern Conference All-Star Chris Bosh!


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
Selected in the first round of the 2003 NBA Draft (fourth overall) by the Toronto Raptors…signed a contract extension with the Raptors on July 14, 2006…traded by the Raptors to the HEAT for a pair of first-round draft picks on July 9, 2010…re-signed by the HEAT on July 30, 2014.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
Has appeared in 893 games during his 13-year NBA career and has made 881 starts…has averaged 19.2 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.04 blocks and 35.8 minutes while shooting 49.4 percent from the floor, 33.5 percent from three-point range and 79.9 percent from the foul line…has missed a total of 157 games (including four for personal reasons, two as a healthy scratch on the inactive list and four as a DNP-CD)…is an 11-time NBA All-Star…has earned All-NBA Second Team honors and All-Rookie First Team honors once each…has been selected the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week nine times and Player of the Month once…has scored in double figures on 815 occasions, including 422 games with 20-or-more points, 82 30-point efforts and ten 40-point performances…his longest stretch of consecutive games scoring in double figures is 76 games (Dec. 10, 2008-Dec. 1, 2009)…his longest stretch of consecutive 20-point efforts is 17 (Apr. 5-Nov. 15, 2009)…has averaged at least 20 points six times in his career…has grabbed double-figure rebounds on 332 occasions, including a pair of games with at least 20 rebounds…his longest consecutive streak of double-figure rebound games is 10 (Mar. 26-Apr. 13, 2007)…has amassed 321 double-doubles and his longest consecutive streak is 10 games (Mar. 26-Apr. 13, 2007)…has started each of the last 880 games in which he has appeared dating back to Nov. 26, 2003…his longest stretch of consecutive games played is 97 (Feb. 10, 2004-Mar. 16, 2005)…his career high for consecutive field goals made is 17 (Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2007) and his career high for consecutive free throws made is 31 (Jan. 18-25, 2006)…his career high for consecutive games with a block is 14 and occurred on two occasions (most recently: Mar. 4-Apr. 1, 2005)…has hit 10-or-more free throws in a game 111 times…has recorded 249 multi-block games and 174 multi-steal games...ranks among the HEAT’s all-time leaders in free throw percentage (3rd), double-figure scoring efforts (4th), points (5th), scoring average (5th), field goal percentage (5th), free throws made (5th), defensive rebounds (5th), field goals made (6th), free throws attempted (6th), total rebounds (6th), blocked shots (6th), starts (6th), field goals attempted (7th), minutes (10th), double-doubles (10th), offensive rebounds (10th), three-point field goals attempted (10th), games played (11th), steals (11th), three-point field goals made (tied-14th) and assists (19th)…is the Raptors’ all-time leader in points, total rebounds, offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, field goals made, free throws made and attempted, blocks, minutes, games started and double-doubles…has appeared in 89 postseason games (85 starts) and has averaged 15.6 points, 7.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.15 blocks and 35.2 minutes while shooting 47.3 percent from the floor, 38.6 percent from three-point range and 80 percent from the line…has scored in double figures in 72 postseason contests, including 23 games with at least 20 points and three 30-point efforts…has grabbed double-figure rebounds 25 times in postseason play and has recorded 23 double-doubles…ranks among the HEAT’s all-time postseason leaders in points (3rd), field goals made (3rd), field goals attempted (3rd), offensive rebounds (3rd), double-doubles (3rd), double-figure scoring efforts (3rd), starts (4th), free throws made (4th), defensive rebounds (4th), total rebounds (4th), steals (4th), blocks (4th), 20-point games (4th), minutes (5th), free throws attempted (5th), games played (6th), dunks (6th) and assists (tied-8th)…started three of the nine NBA All-Star Games in which he has appeared and has averaged 10.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 19.4 minutes…has sat out two All-Star Games due to injury.

2015-16 SEASON:
Started all 53 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 19.1 points (.467 FG%, .795 FT%), 7.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 33.5 minutes…sat out the final 29 games of the season on the inactive list…served as a team tri-captain with Udonis Haslem and Dwyane Wade…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the All-Star Game in Toronto but missed the game due to injury…set single-season career highs in three-point field goals made and attempted…led the HEAT in scoring average and minutes per game, ranked second in 20-point games, double-figure rebound efforts and double-doubles and finished third in free throws made and free throws attempted and three-point field goals made and attempted…topped the HEAT in scoring 27 times, in minutes played a team-high 22 times, in rebounds 14 times, in steals 10 times, in blocks on six occasions and in assists five times…scored in double figures 49 times, including 28 games with at least 20 points and three games with at least 30 points…grabbed double-figure rebounds 16 times and posted 15 double-doubles…hit a career-high five three-point field goals vs. Brooklyn on Dec. 28…scored his 17,000th career point at Toronto on Jan. 22…grabbed his 7,500th career rebound at Golden State on Jan. 11…recorded his 900th career block vs. Houston on Nov. 1 and his 700th career steal at Minnesota on Nov. 5…Season Highs: 31 points (vs. Indiana, Jan. 4), 14 rebounds (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 3), seven assists (at L.A. Clippers, Jan. 13), four blocks (vs. Utah, Nov. 12), three steals (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 3) and 42:24 minutes (vs. New Orleans, Dec. 25).,

2014-15 SEASON:
Started all 44 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 21.1 points (.460 FG%, .772 FT%), 7.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 35.4 minutes…missed a total of 38 games due to injury…missed eight games (Dec. 14-27) with a strained left calf…sat out the final 30 games of the season due to blood clots on his lung…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the All-Star Game in New York…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2…ranked second on the team in scoring average and finished third in points scored, field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted and in offensive, defensive and total rebounds…topped the HEAT in scoring 19 times, in minutes 26 times, in rebounds on 23 occasions, in blocks 10 times, in steals nine times and in assists on three occasions…scored in double figures 42 times, including 27 games with at least 20 points and seven 30-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds on seven occasions and posted seven double-doubles…scored his 16,000th career point at Chicago on Jan. 25…grabbed his 7,000th career rebound at Orlando on Nov. 22…appeared in his 800th career game vs. Houston on Nov. 4…Season Highs: 34 points (three times), 15 rebounds (vs. Washington, Oct. 29), six assists (vs. New York, Feb. 9), five blocks (vs. Milwaukee, Nov. 16), four steals (at Phoenix, Dec. 9) and 39:08 minutes (vs. Washington, Oct. 29).

2013-14 SEASON:
Started all 79 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 16.2 points (.516 FG%, .820 FT%), 6.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 1.01 steals, 0.99 blocks and 32.0 minutes…missed one game (Nov. 5 at Toronto) due to personal reasons and the final two games of the season (Apr. 14-16) he was placed on the inactive list to rest…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the All-Star Game in New Orleans…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Dec. 29…recorded single-season career highs in steals…ranked 22nd in the NBA in field goal percentage and 31st in blocks per game…led the HEAT in starts and double-figure rebound games and ranked second in points scored, field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, offensive, defensive and total rebounds, double-figure scoring efforts, double-doubles, games played, minutes and blocks…topped the HEAT in scoring 12 times, in blocks 31 times, in rebounds on 30 occasions, in steals 15 times and in minutes on four occasions…scored in double figures 67 times, including 25 games with at least 20 points and a pair of 30-point efforts…grabbed double-figure rebounds nine times and posted six double-doubles…his string of 12 consecutive field goals made from Jan. 23-26 was tops on the HEAT in 2013-14 and his season high 22 consecutive free throws made from Feb. 20-Mar. 4 was tied for the second best streak on the team…scored his 15,000th career point vs. Brooklyn on Mar. 12…recorded his 1,500th career assist at Detroit on Dec. 8…scored a season-high 37 points, including a game-winning three-pointer with five-tenths of a second remaining, to give Miami a one-point win at Portland on Dec. 28…Season Highs: 37 points (at Portland, Dec. 28), 12 rebounds (vs. Cleveland, Dec. 14), five blocks (at Philadelphia, Jan. 17), four assists (three times), four steals (vs. Portland, Mar. 24) and 44:40 minutes (vs. Minnesota (Apr. 4).

2012-13 SEASON:
Started all 74 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 16.6 points (.535 FG%, .798 FT%), 6.8 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.36 blocks and 33.2 minutes…missed a total of six games due to injury/illness and was a DNP-CD the final two games of the season…sat out three games (Dec. 22 and Apr. 9-10) with a cold, two games (Feb. 6-8) with the flu and one game (Apr. 6) with a sore right knee…was named a starter by Head Coach Erik Spoelstra for the Eastern Conference All-Stars at All-Star Weekend in Houston…ranked among the NBA leaders in field goal percentage (14th), blocks per game (17th), scoring average (32nd), field goals made (33rd), free throws made (37th) and attempted (35th), rebound average (38th), points (39th), double-doubles (tied-45th) and field goals attempted (50th)…led the HEAT in offensive rebounds and blocks, ranked second in field goal percentage, minutes played, defensive and total rebounds, double-doubles, double-figure scoring and rebound efforts and was third in field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, points, 20-point games and dunks...recorded a single-season career high in field goal percentage…topped the HEAT in scoring nine times, in blocks a team-high 31 times, in rebounds on 26 occasions, in steals 10 times, in minutes seven times and in assists twice…scored in double figures 68 times, including 21 games with at least 20 points, two games of 30-or-more and one 40-point performance...his 40-point outing against Denver on Nov. 3 is his high as a member of the HEAT and tied for the team high this season…grabbed double-figure rebounds 15 times and recorded 15 double-doubles…hit a season-high three three-point field goals at San Antonio on Mar. 31 including the game-winner with 1.9 seconds left and the HEAT down two…hit a season-high 11 consecutive field goal attempts from Feb. 12-14, the third best streak on the team in 2012-13…scored his 13,000th career point vs. Cleveland on Nov. 24…grabbed his 6,000th career rebound at Washington on Dec. 4…Season Highs: 40 points (vs. Denver, Nov. 3), 18 rebounds (vs. Milwaukee, Nov. 21), six assists (at Charlotte, Apr. 5), six steals (at L.A. Lakers, Jan. 17), four blocks (six times) and 46:16 minutes (at Boston, Jan. 13).

2011-12 SEASON:
Started all 57 games in which he saw action for Miami and averaged 18.0 points (.487 FG%, .821 FT%), 7.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 35.2 minutes…missed the final six games of the season (Apr. 18-26) with a slight right hamstring strain and three games (Mar. 1-4) due to personal reasons…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the All-Star Game in Orlando…ranked among the NBA leaders in scoring average (24th), minutes per game (24th), defensive rebounds (25th), rebounds per game (26th), field goals made (32nd), field goal percentage (32nd), total rebounds (33rd) and free throw percentage (38th)…led the HEAT in free throw percentage, ranked second in minutes played, defensive rebounds, double-figure scoring efforts, double-doubles and dunks and finished third in points, scoring average, field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, total rebounds and starts…topped Miami in scoring eight times, in rebounds 24 times, in minutes on 14 occasions, in blocks 11 times, in steals seven times and in assists three times…scored in double figures on 51 occasions, including 22 games with at least 20 points and five 30-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds on 12 occasions and posted 11 double-doubles…his 11 consecutive field goals made from Jan. 24-25 was the HEAT high in 2011-12…played his 600th career game on Jan. 19 vs. the L.A. Lakers…Season Highs: 35 points (vs. Cleveland, Jan. 24), 16 rebounds (at Atlanta, Feb. 12), five assists (four times), four steals (vs. San Antonio, Jan. 17), four blocks (at Chicago, Apr. 12) and 47:20 minutes (at Atlanta, Jan. 5).

2010-11 SEASON:
Started all 77 games in which he appeared for the HEAT and averaged 18.7 points (.496 FG%, .815 FT%), a team-leading 8.3 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 36.3 minutes…missed four games due to a sprained left ankle (Jan. 18-28) and was a DNP-CD in the season finale at Toronto (Apr. 13)…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles…ranked among the NBA leaders in free throw attempts (14th), defensive rebounds (15th), free throws made (tied-17th), double-doubles (tied-19th), rebounds per game (20th), total rebounds (21st), minutes per game (23rd), scoring average (24th), field goals made (28th), field goals attempted (tied-29th) and field goal percentage (38th)…led the HEAT in offensive and total rebounds…topped Miami in scoring eight times, in rebounds a team-high 32 times, in blocks on 14 occasions, in minutes and steals 11 times each and in assists once…scored in double figures on 74 occasions, including 34 games with at least 20 points and three 30-point efforts…grabbed double-figure rebounds a team-high 28 times and posted 28 double-doubles…grabbed his 5,000th career rebound at Washington on Dec. 18…Season Highs: 35 points (vs. Phoenix, Nov. 17), 17 rebounds (at Sacramento, Dec. 11), six assists (vs. Denver, Mar. 19), four steals (twice), three blocks (twice) and 43:38 minutes (at Portland, Jan. 9).

2009-10 SEASON:
Started all 70 games he appeared in for the Raptors and averaged 24.0 points (.518 FG%, .797 FT%), 10.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 0.97 blocks and 36.1 minutes…missed a total of 12 games due to injury or illness…missed six games (Feb. 19-Mar. 1) due to a sprained left ankle…sat out one game (Mar. 5) due to a stomach virus…missed the final five games of the season (Apr. 7-14) with a displaced nasal fracture that occurred as a result of an inadvertent elbow to the face with 9:32 left in the first quarter in Cleveland on Apr. 6 and required surgery the following day…was selected an Eastern Conference reserve and had 23 points (including the game-winning free throw with five seconds left), 10 rebounds, two steals and one assist in 29:08 minutes at the NBA All-Star Game in his hometown of Dallas…was a two-time NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week (weeks ending Jan. 31 and Apr. 4)…received the 2010 Magic Johnson Award from the Pro Basketball Writers Association for his steady cooperation with the media…was the only player in the NBA to rank in the Top 10 in both rebounding (6th) and in scoring (9th)…set career highs in scoring average and rebound average…led Toronto in scoring average, points, field goal percentage, field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; minutes per game and double-doubles…topped the Raptors in scoring 55 times and in rebounds on 53 occasions…scored in double figures on 68 occasions, including a career-high 53 20-point performances, 15 games with at least 30 points and a pair of 40-point efforts…grabbed double-figure rebounds a career-high 49 times and posted a career-high and franchise record 49 double-doubles…became the Raptors’ all-time leading scorer on Jan. 3 vs. San Antonio…scored his 10,000th career point on Mar. 17 vs. Atlanta…played his 500th career game at New Jersey on Mar. 20…scored a career-high 44 points at Milwaukee on Jan. 20…Season Highs: 44 points (at Milwaukee, Jan. 20), 18 rebounds (vs. Miami, Jan. 27), seven assists (twice), five steals (vs. Golden State, Apr. 4), four blocks (twice) and 46:03 minutes (at Philadelphia, Apr. 3).

2008-09 SEASON:
Started all 77 games in which he appeared and averaged 22.7 points (.487 FG%, .817 FT%), 10.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.00 blocks and 38.0 minutes…missed five games (Feb. 6-18) due to a strained right knee…was selected as an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game in Phoenix but did not play due to a strained right knee…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2…set franchise single-season records in free throws made and attempted…set career highs in field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; assists and points…ranked among the NBA leaders in free throws made (3rd) and attempted (4th), rebounding (6th) and scoring (10th)…joined Dwight Howard as the only NBA players to average 20 points and 10 rebounds in 2008-09…led the Raptors in scoring average, points, field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; minutes played, starts and double-doubles…topped the Raptors in scoring 48 times and in rebounds on 52 occasions…scored in double figures a career-high 75 times, including 47 games with at least 20 points and a career-best 17 30-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds 44 times and amassed 43 double-doubles…became Toronto’s all-time leader in offensive rebounds vs. Detroit on Nov. 5…Season Highs: 42 points (vs. New Jersey, Nov. 21), 19 rebounds (at Chicago, Apr. 15), seven assists (vs. Atlanta, Nov. 28), seven steals (at Chicago, Jan. 23), three blocks (seven times) and 47:17 minutes (vs. Detroit, Mar. 13).

2007-08 SEASON:
Started all 67 games in which he saw action and averaged 22.3 points (.494 FG%, career-high .844 FT%), 8.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.00 blocks and 36.2 minutes…missed a total of 15 games due to injury, five (Nov. 30-Dec. 7) due to a strained right groin and 10 (Mar. 2-17) with a sore right knee…was named an Eastern Conference starter (replacing the injured Kevin Garnett) at the NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans…was selected the Atlantic Division winner of the NBA Sportsmanship Award…earned Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for the week ending Jan. 13…finished 10th in the NBA in scoring and free throws made and attempted...led the Raptors in scoring average, points, field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds and double-doubles…topped the team in scoring 40 times and in rebounds on 38 occasions…became Toronto’s all-time leading rebounder on Dec. 18 against the Clippers in L.A., its’ all-time leading shot blocker at Seattle on Dec. 21 and its’ all-time leader in both free throws made and attempted on Jan. 16 vs. Sacramento…set career highs in both free throws made (22) and attempted (24) at Phoenix on Dec. 22, with his 22 makes the NBA season high and also tying the Raptors’ single-game record…scored in double figures on 63 occasions, including 42 games with at least 20 points, 13 games with 30-or-more points and a career-high four 40-point performances (tying the franchise single-season record)…grabbed double-figure rebounds 28 times and posted 28 double-doubles…Season Highs: 42 points (at Phoenix, Dec. 22), 19 rebounds (at Memphis, Nov. 21), nine assists (vs. Denver, Mar. 23), five blocks (vs. Boston, Nov. 4), four steals (vs. L.A. Clippers, Feb. 8) and 55:25 minutes (vs. Portland, Jan. 13).

2006-07 SEASON:
Started each of the 69 games in which he saw action and averaged 22.6 points (.496 FG%, .785 FT%), 10.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.30 blocks and 38.5 minutes…missed 12 games (Dec. 10-30) due to a left knee bone bruise and one game (Apr. 17 at Detroit) as a DNP-CD…earned All-NBA Second Team honors…was chosen as an Eastern Conference starter for the first time in his career at the NBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Month for January…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 1…ranked 12th in the NBA in scoring average and tied for 10th in minutes…led Toronto in scoring average, points, field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; blocked shots and minutes…led the team in scoring 49 times and in rebounding on 60 occasions…scored in double figures in all 69 games, including 46 games with at least 20 points, seven 30-point performances and one 40-point outing…grabbed double-figure rebounds 42 times, including one 20-rebound effort…posted 42 double-doubles, including a career-high 10 consecutive from Mar. 26-Apr. 13 to set a franchise record…became the Raptors’ all-time leader in double-doubles on Mar. 30 at Washington…made a career-high 17 consecutive field goal attempts over two games from Jan. 31-Feb. 2, the longest streak in the NBA since Alonzo Mourning hit 19 in a row for Miami in February 2000…recorded his second career 20-point/20-rebound game with 23 points and a career-high tying 22 rebounds (including a career-high 10 offensive) at Golden State on Nov. 14…Season Highs: 41 points (vs. Orlando, Feb. 7), 22 rebounds (at Golden State, Nov. 14), seven assists (vs. New York, Apr. 15), six blocks (at Milwaukee, Jan. 10), four steals (at Philadelphia, Apr. 6) and 48:00 minutes (vs. New York, Apr. 15).

2005-06 SEASON:
Started all 70 games in which he appeared and averaged 22.5 points (.505 FG%, .816 FT%), 9.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.13 blocks and 39.3 minutes…missed the final 12 games of the season (Mar. 29-Apr. 19) due to a sprained left thumb which occurred at Milwaukee on Mar. 26…was selected as an Eastern Conference reserve at the NBA All-Star Game in Houston…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 5…was the only player in the NBA to average at least 22 points and shoot better than 50 percent from the floor and 80 percent from the foul line…ranked among the NBA leaders in minutes per game (11th), rebounding (12th), scoring average (14th) and double-doubles (14th)…led the Raptors in scoring average, field goal percentage, free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; blocked shots and double-doubles…topped the team in scoring 37 times and in rebounding on 46 occasions…scored in double figures on 68 occasions, including 48 games with at least 20 points and six 30-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds 32 times and posted 32 double-doubles…set a franchise-record by posting double-digit free throws made in five consecutive games from Dec. 2-14…Season Highs: 37 points (at Detroit, Dec. 27), 17 rebounds (at Philadelphia, Nov. 15), eight assists (at Boston, Mar. 22), four blocks (three times), three steals (at Miami, Feb. 27) and 51:25 minutes (vs. Atlanta, Mar. 1).

2004-05 SEASON:
Started all 81 games in which he appeared and averaged 16.8 points (.471 FG%, .760 FT%), 8.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.40 blocks, 0.94 steals and 37.2 minutes…missed one game due to injury (Mar. 18 at Detroit due to a sore lower back)…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 9…led the Raptors in starts, free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds; double-doubles and blocks…ranked among the NBA leaders in double-doubles (12th), free throw attempts (16th), rebounding (17th), blocks (26th), minutes (27th) and scoring average (32nd)…set career highs in starts, minutes and blocks…topped the Raptors in scoring 21 times and in rebounds on 46 occasions…scored in double figures 70 times, including 25 games with at least 20 points and a pair of 30-point efforts…grabbed double-figure rebounds 32 times, including one 20-rebound performance…posted 32 double-doubles…recorded 24 points and a career-high 22 rebounds at Philadelphia on Mar. 25 to become the fourth youngest player in NBA history to record 20 points and 20 rebounds in a game…grabbed his 1,000th career rebound at New Jersey on Feb. 22 to become the third youngest player in NBA history to reach that milestone…tallied 26 points and recorded game highs of 14 rebounds and four blocks as a member of the Sophomore team in the Rookie Challenge during All-Star Weekend in Denver…Season Highs: 33 points (at New Orleans, Mar. 6), 22 rebounds (at Philadelphia, Mar. 25), five assists (four times), five blocks (twice), three steals (four times) and 48 minutes (vs. Atlanta, Mar. 11).

2003-04 SEASON:
Started 63 of the 75 games in which he appeared and averaged 11.5 points (.459 FG%, .701 FT%), 7.4 rebounds, 1.41 blocks, 1.0 assists and 33.5 minutes…missed a total of seven games due to injury…missed four games (Jan. 9-15) due to a right knee strain which occurred vs. Cleveland on Jan. 7 and missed three games (Feb. 4-8) with a sprained right ankle which occurred at Philadelphia on Feb. 3…named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team…ranked 24th in the NBA in blocks and tied for 28th in rebounding…topped all NBA rookies in rebounding and blocks, ranked second in double-doubles and fifth in scoring, field goal percentage and minutes…set a franchise record for most rebounds in a rookie season…topped the team in scoring four times and in rebounds on 19 occasions…scored in double figures on 51 occasions, including four 20-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds 18 times and amassed 13 double-doubles…made his first NBA start at Sacramento on Nov. 14…made his NBA debut vs. New Jersey on Oct. 29 and totaled 11 points, four rebounds and two blocks in 24 minutes…scored 25 points vs. Houston on Nov. 16, his highest scoring output off the bench in his career…played for the Rookie team in the Rookie Challenge during All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles…Season Highs: 25 points (vs. Houston, Nov. 16), 16 rebounds (twice), six blocks (twice), four assists (vs. Atlanta, Dec. 5), three steals (seven times) and 46 minutes (at Miami, Nov. 29).

NBA PLAYOFFS:
2016: Did not appear in any of the HEAT’s 14 postseason contests…was on the inactive list for all 14 games…2014: Started all 20 games for the Eastern Conference Champion HEAT and averaged 14.9 points (.507 FG%, .750 FT%), 5.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists, 1.00 blocks and 34.3 minutes…led the HEAT in blocks, ranked second in field goal percentage, three-point field goal percentage, offensive, defensive and total rebounds and finished third in field goals made and attempted, three-point field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted and points scored…topped the HEAT in scoring twice, in blocks on 11 occasions, in rebounds and steals four times each and in minutes three times…scored in double figures 15 times, including four games with at least 20 points…grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and recorded a pair of double-doubles…on two occasions hit a postseason career-high four three-point field goals (Game 2 in the Opening Round vs. Charlotte on Apr. 23 and in the decisive Game 5 in the Conference Semifinals vs. Brooklyn on May 14)…averaged 14.5 points (.512 FG%, .714 FT%), 5.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.00 blocks and 32.3 minutes in the Opening Round sweep of Charlotte…set a HEAT postseason record for highest three-point field goal percentage in a four-game series, connecting on 69.2 percent (9-13) of his attempts…led the HEAT in three-point field goals made in the Charlotte series…averaged 14.6 points (.509 FG%, .750 FT%), 5.8 rebounds, 2.00 blocks and 36.0 minutes vs. Brooklyn in the Eastern Conference Semifinals…led Miami in blocks and was tied for the team lead in offensive rebounds in the Brooklyn series…averaged 16.2 points (.475 FG%, .722 FT%), 6.0 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.00 steals and 32.5 minutes in the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Indiana…led Miami in offensive rebounds and tied for the team lead in blocks vs. Indiana…scored at least 20 points in each of the final three games in the Indiana series, tying his longest postseason streak of consecutive 20-point games…averaged 14.0 points (.549 FG%, .818 FT%), 5.2 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 36.2 minutes in the NBA Finals vs. San Antonio…2013: Started all 23 games for the NBA Champion HEAT and averaged 12.1 points (.458 FG%, .733 FT%), 7.3 rebounds, 1.57 blocks, 1.5 assists and 32.7 minutes…led the HEAT in blocks, was tied for the lead in offensive rebounds and ranked second in defensive and total rebounds…topped Miami in blocks a team-high 10 times, in rebounds seven times and in steals on three occasions…scored in double figures on 17 occasions, including a pair of 20-point efforts…grabbed double-figure rebounds six times and posted six double-doubles…averaged 12.8 points (.538 FG%, .667 FT%), 8.0 rebounds, 1.75 blocks, 1.0 assists and 30.5 minutes in the Opening Round vs. Milwaukee…averaged 13.6 points (.500 FG%, .625 FT%), 8.6 rebounds, 2.20 blocks, 2.0 assists and 33.4 minutes in the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago…led the HEAT in blocks and offensive, defensive and total rebounds in the Chicago series and ranked second in points and minutes…scored 20 points and recorded postseason career highs in both defensive (14) and total (19) rebounds in Game 3 at Chicago on May 10…averaged 11.0 points (.377 FG%, .850 FT%), 4.3 rebounds, 1.00 blocks and 31.6 minutes in the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Indiana…averaged 11.9 points (.462 FG%, .733 FT%), 8.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.57 blocks and 34.3 minutes in the NBA Finals vs. San Antonio…led the HEAT in offensive rebounds and blocks vs. the Spurs…recorded four double-doubles in the Finals including three straight games from June 9-13…grabbed an offensive rebound with 6.3 seconds remaining in regulation in Game 6 on June 18 and fed Ray Allen for his game-tying three-point field goal with 5.2 seconds remaining which forced overtime…his block of a Danny Green three-point attempt with 1.2 seconds left in overtime secured Miami’s three-point win in Game 6 and forced a decisive Game 7…2012: Saw action in 14 games (10 starts) for the NBA Champion HEAT and averaged 14.0 points (.493 FG%, .827 FT%), 7.8 rebounds, 1.00 blocks and 31.4 minutes…missed nine games due to an abdominal strain suffered late in the first half of Game 1 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Indiana on May 13…led the HEAT in free throw percentage and finished second in rebound average and blocks per game…topped the HEAT in rebounds five times and in blocks on seven occasions…scored in double figures in 10 contests, including a pair of 20-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds three times and posted a pair of double-doubles…started all five games in the Opening Round vs. New York and averaged 15.0 points (.510 FG%, .821 FT%), 7.2 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 33.4 minutes…led Miami in field goal percentage, free throw percentage and total rebounds in the Opening Round series and tied for the team lead in offensive and defensive rebounds…started the only game in the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Indiana in which he appeared and totaled 13 points and five rebounds in 16 minutes before suffering an abdominal strain late in the first half of Game 1 that would force him to miss the rest of the series and the first four games of the next series…came off the bench in each of the three games in which he appeared in the Eastern Conference Finals vs. Boston after returning from injury in Game 5 on June 5 and averaged 11.7 points (.538 FG%, .800 FT%), 7.0 rebounds, 1.33 blocks and 24.7 minutes…appeared in all five games of the NBA Finals vs. Oklahoma City (starting the final four) and averaged 14.6 points (.452 FG%, .882 FT%), 9.4 rebounds, 1.20 blocks and 36.6 minutes…led Miami in free throw percentage in the Finals and tied for the team lead in offensive rebounds and blocks and ranked second in defensive and total rebounds…scored in double figures in all five games in the Finals, including a 2012 postseason-high 24 points in the series clincher on June 21…also grabbed double-figure rebounds twice vs. OKC, including 15 in Game 2 at OKC on June 14, and posted a pair of double-doubles…2011: Started all 21 games for the HEAT and averaged 18.6 points (.474 FG%, .814 FT%), 8.5 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 39.7 minutes…led the HEAT in free throw percentage, rebound average, offensive rebounds and total rebounds and ranked second in minutes played, field goal percentage and defensive rebounds…topped Miami in scoring three times, in rebounds eight times, in steals and blocks four times each and in assists once…scored in double figures 19 times, including nine 20-point games and two 30-point performances…grabbed double-figure rebounds nine times and amassed eight double-doubles…averaged 19.8 points (.481 FG%, .781 FT%), 9.0 rebounds, 1.20 blocks, 1.00 steals and 39.8 minutes in the Opening Round vs. Philadelphia…averaged 12.8 points (.404 FG%, .786 FT%), a team-high 10.2 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 1.00 steals, 1.00 blocks and 38.4 minutes in the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Boston…averaged 23.2 points (.600 FG%, .914 FT%), 7.6 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.00 blocks and 41.4 minutes vs. Chicago in the Eastern Conference Finals…led Miami in defensive rebounds and both field goal and free throw percentage in the series vs. Chicago and tied for the team lead in field goals made…scored at least 20 points in four of the five games vs. Chicago, including a pair of 30-point efforts…averaged 18.5 points (.413 FG%, .778 FT%), 7.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 39.5 minutes vs. Dallas in the NBA Finals…led Miami in free throws made and total rebounds and tied for the team lead in offensive rebounds vs. the Mavs…2008: Started all five games in Toronto’s Opening Round series vs. Orlando and averaged a series-best 24.0 points (.472 FG%, .833 FT%), 9.0 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 39.8 minutes…led the Raptors in points, field goals made and attempted; free throws made and attempted; offensive, defensive and total rebounds and steals...topped Toronto in scoring and rebounding three times each...scored in double figures in all five games, including three games with at least 20 points and one 30-point performance...grabbed double-figure rebounds twice and recorded a pair of double-doubles...recorded postseason career highs in points (39) and field goals made (16) and grabbed 15 rebounds in Game 4 at Toronto on Apr. 26...his nine offensive rebounds in Game 4 set a franchise postseason record and his 39-point effort tied the second-highest single-game output in the Raptors’ postseason history...was a perfect 13-13 from the foul line in Game 1 at Orlando on Apr. 20, matching Toronto’s postseason record for free throws made in a game...2007: Started all six games in Toronto’s Opening Round series vs. New Jersey and averaged 17.5 points (.396 FG%, .842 FT%), 9.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.83 blocks and 37.0 minutes...topped the Raptors in points, field goal attempts, free throws made, free throw percentage, defensive rebounds, total rebounds and blocks...led Toronto in scoring twice, in rebounds on three occasions and in assists once...scored in double figures in all six games, including three 20-point performances...grabbed double-figure rebounds on three occasions and posted three double-doubles...made his NBA postseason debut in Game 1 vs. New Jersey on Apr. 21 and tallied 22 points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal in 33:55 minutes.

OLYMPICS:
2008: Was a member of the USA Basketball Senior National Team that went 8-0 and captured the gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China…came off the bench in all eight games and averaged 9.1 points, a team-leading 6.1 rebounds and 17.2 minutes…connected on a team-leading 77.4 percent (24-31) of his field goal attempts and also led the squad in defensive rebounds and total rebounds…led the team in scoring once and in rebounds four times.

HONORS:
2015-016: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…2014-15: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2…for the third consecutive year he was a member of the winning team in the Shooting Stars competition at All-Star Weekend…2013-14: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Dec. 29…was a member of the winning team in the Shooting Stars competition at All-Star Weekend…2012-13: Was an Eastern Conference starter for the NBA All-Star Game…was a member of the winning team in the Shooting Stars competition at All-Star Weekend…2011-12: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…2010-11: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…2009-10: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…was a two-time Eastern Conference Player of the Week (weeks ending Jan. 31 and Apr. 4)…received the Magic Johnson Award…2008-09: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve to play in the NBA All-Star Game but did not play due to a sprained knee…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2…2007-08: Was an Eastern Conference starter for the NBA All-Star Game…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 13…received the Atlantic Division Sportsmanship Award…2006-07: Named to the All-NBA Second Team…was an Eastern Conference starter for the NBA All-Star Game…captured NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Month honors for January…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 1…2005-06: Was selected an Eastern Conference reserve for the NBA All-Star Game…was named the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Feb. 5…2004-05: Was selected the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 9…started for the Sophomore team in the Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend…received the NBA’s Community Assist Award for June 2005…2003-04: Was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team…was a member of the Rookie team in the Rookie Challenge at All-Star Weekend.

COLLEGE:
Played one season at Georgia Tech before becoming an early entry candidate in 2003…started all 31 games in which he appeared for the Yellow Jackets and averaged 15.6 points, a team-leading 9.0 rebounds and 2.16 blocks…captured ACC Rookie of the Year honors...was named to the All-ACC Second Team, the ACC All-Defensive Team and the ACC All-Rookie Team...earned a spot on the United States Basketball Writers Association National All-Freshman Team...led the ACC in field goal percentage, joining Antawn Jamison as the only freshman to accomplish that feat…also topped the ACC in blocks, ranked second in rebounds and double-doubles and eighth in points.

PERSONAL:
Full name is Christopher Wesson Bosh…lists his parents Noel and Freida Bosh as the people that made a difference in his life…has a brother (Joel Bosh)…has two daughters (Trinity and Dylan) and three sons (Jackson, Lennox and Phoenix)…married his wife Adrienne in July 2011…has his own website (www.chrisbosh.com)…has his own Foundation (Team Tomorrow, Inc.) which is dedicated to supporting community-based organizations that promote the upliftment of children, families and the community…his hobbies include reading and playing with his kids…has made cameos in his favorite TV show Entourage (summer of 2010), Law & Order: SVU (fall of 2011) and Go On (fall of 2012)…also guest starred as himself in the Disney Channel hit series, Jessie (2013) and lent his voice to Marvel for the animated series Hulk & the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2014)…during the summer of 2016 he filmed with skateboard sensation, Jagger Eaton on his new docuseries (Jagger Eaton’s Mega Life) that premiered in September 2016…created the now famous “Used Car Salesman” skit and posted it on YouTube to garner votes for the 2008 All-Star Game…is a National Ambassador for After School All-Stars, a national organization that provides comprehensive programming to middle school children in 13 cities across the country…made a one million dollar charitable commitment to various community legacy programs after signing his contract extension with the Raptors in 2006...is a fan of his hometown Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers…was named to the US Senior National Team on Mar. 5, 2006 and was a member of the US team that won the bronze medal at the 2006 FIBA World Championships…was named a Parade All-American, McDonald’s All-American and Mr. Basketball in the state of Texas as a senior after leading Lincoln High School to a 40-0 record and a state championship...was a member of the National Honor Society in high school…wears size 14 sneakers.

REGULAR SEASON CAREER HIGHS: MINS: 55:25, vs. Portland (1-13-08) FGM: 16, two times (last: at New Jersey, 3-20-10) FGA: 31, vs. Detroit (3-13-09) 3-PT FGM: 5, vs. Brooklyn (12-28-15) 3-PT FGA: 9, vs. Chicago (2-23-14) FTM: 22, at Phoenix (12-22-07) FTA: 24, at Phoenix (12-22-07) OR: 10, at Golden State (11-14-06) DR: 18, at Philadelphia (3-25-05) TOT: 22, two times (last: at Golden State, 11-14-06) AST: 9, vs. Denver (3-23-08) STL: 7, at Chicago (1-23-09) TO: 8, vs. Milwaukee (1-22-12) BLK: 6, three times (last: at Milwaukee, 1-10-07) PTS: 44, at Milwaukee (1-20-10)

POSTSEASON CAREER HIGHS: MINS: 44:57, at Boston (5-9-11) FGM: 16, vs. Orlando (4-26-08) FGA: 26, vs. Orlando (4-26-08) 3-PT FGM: 4, two times (last: vs. Brooklyn, 5-14-14) 3-PT FGA: 7, at Indiana (5-28-14) FTM: 13, at Orlando (4-20-08) FTA: 13, at Orlando (4-20-08) OR: 9, vs. Orlando (4-26-08) DR: 14, at Chicago (5-10-13) TOT: 19, at Chicago (5-10-13) AST: 9, at New Jersey (5-4-07) STL: 3, six times (last: vs. San Antonio, 6-18-13) TO: 4, five times (last: at New York, 5-6-12) BLK: 4, four times (last: at Chicago, 5-13-13) PTS: 39, vs. Orlando (4-26-08)

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2015 53GP 1777MIN 358FGM 767FGA 46.7FG% 813PM 2223PA 36.53P% 213FTM 268FTA 79.5FT% 48OREB 342DREB 390REB 128AST 78TOV 36STL 34BLK 101PF 15DD2 0TD3 1010PTS 29+/-

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2015MIA53531777101035876746.78122236.521326879.54834239012836347810129
2014MIA44441556928343745466316837.517923277.2462643109541259569-99
2013MIA79792531128149295351.67421833.92232728298424522878078125192447
2012MIA74742454123248590753.5217428.424130279.813137050112366101128168477
2011MIA57572006102539380748.7103528.622927982.1943584521035145117128388
2010MIA777727941438524105649.66252438447181.51415006411445949138172603
2009TOR707025251678600115851.882236.447059079.720555475916643681691707
2008TOR777729271746615126348.7124924.550461781.72155567711916777174189-84
2007TOR676724241496507102749.410254047255984.41744095831716367153157362
2006TOR696926571561543109449.6123534.346359078.51865557411753990179163187
2005TOR707027511572549108750.5013047458181.62044436471815079157209-52
2004TOR818130141361473100547.1310304125427619452471815376113187226-21
2003TOR7563251286132771245.951435.720228870.11913665577859106107215-164

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