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Chris Bosh and Wife Expecting a Baby Bosh

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Well, we know how Chris Bosh has been spending his lock-out time: making babies.

The Miami Heat star and his wife of about six months, Adrienne Williams, are expecting their first child together.

"The couple are 'over the moon' about their 'Baby Bosh,'" reports Page Six. "He already has his first pair of Nike's picked out and a full wardrobe for the next NBA season (whenever that is)."

This will be the second child for Bosh. He has a two-year-old daughter named Trinity with his ex-girlfriend Allison Mathis, but the two have been less-then-collaborative parents. Bosh threatened to take Mathis to court for refusing to let Trinity to attend NBA Finals games.

The baby news now means each member of the Heat's big three will have two kids apiece. Dwyane Wade has two sons, Zaire and Zion, with ex-wife Siohvaughn. LeBron James also has two son with his girlfriend Savannah Brinson, LeBron Jr and Bryce Maximus.

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