Chris Bosh Celebrates His Birthday With Naked Ladies, Massive Game-Saving Block

Big bleepin' happy birthday, Chris Bosh. In case you're wondering how the most interesting man in the NBA celebrated turning 30, it began with a circus-themed party at downtown burlesque club E11even full of naked ladies, cigars, and raining money, and then continued Sunday with a game-saving, last-second block to seal the Heat's 93-91 win over the Portland Trailblazers last night.

That's how.

The party started Sunday at E11even, where Bosh smoked a giant cigar, hung with his wife, , and invited Bone Thugs-n-Harmony along just for good measure.

Last night, the Heat was on the verge of flushing away what once looked like a blowout victory. That's when Bosh ended the Trailblazers' frantic attempt for the tie as he swatted away a last-second layup attempt at the rim as time expired.

It was a win the Heat needed before its showdown with the East-leading Indiana Pacers this Wednesday.

LeBron led the way with 32 points, six rebounds, five assists, and four steals in the game. It was obvious from the get-go that the Heat was out to get back to Miami Heat basketball, limit turnovers, and create offense with defense. Birdman Andersen scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench. Bosh scored 15 and pulled down eight rebounds. The Heat had 14 steals and just nine turnovers in the game, both major improvements over efforts of late.

The Heat led by 11 entering the fourth quarter, and it looked like the team was gonna go from sucking to blowing people out just 48 hours later. But in true 2013-14 Miami Heat season fashion, things took an "oh shit" turn. The Blazers sank off-balance threes all quarter long and stormed all the way back to tie the game, leaving the Heat with one possession to avoid disaster.

And avoid disaster they did.

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