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Chris Bosh Tells Fox TV How It Felt To Beat the Bucks: "It Was Good Sh#t!"

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For a time there, it seemed as if the Miami Heat would never find a way to beat the Milwaukee Bucks as long as we all lived. But last night, the Heat finally won against that pain in the ass team, taking them out with extreme prejudice 114-96, and avoiding the season sweep to the Deer Cocks.

LeBron James went bananas, scoring 35 points on 16-for-21 shooting, pouring in 16 points in the third quarter and killing Carlos Delfino with a trident. Now the Heat have a chance to be the first team to sweep back-to-back-to-back road games if they can beat the Pacers in Indiana tonight.

But perhaps no one summed up the win better than Chris Bosh:

Best part of that video, beside the "Good shit!" quote, was that Bosh ran all the way from the other side of the court to make this statement. It was that important!

Combine live television with BoshBalls, and magic happens. It's just that simple.

The Heat visit the Indiana Pacers tonight. Tipoff is at 7 p.m.

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