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Here's an Animated Chris Bosh Reimagined as an Actual Velociraptor For Some Reason

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LeBron might be the MVP, but Chris Bosh continue to be the NBA's reigning MemeVP. The Heat third wheel has always been teased for resembling something like a velociraptor ever since his Toronto Raptor days, but has anyone ever bothered to animate him playing basketball as an actual raptor-human hybrid? No. They have not. Until this week.

See also: Chris Bosh Got Into a Fight with a Piece of Confetti Last Night

Warning: This is slightly disturbing.

"I got requests that you guys wanted to see Bosh as an actual dino, so my man MGX, he made one for me!" writes YouTuber MkEliteWorksX.

Modifying NBA 2k13, the YouTubers turned Bosh into an extra from The Super Mario Brothers movie.

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