Bosh’s Toronto reunion goes well for Heat

Chris Bosh played his first game in Toronto since leaving the Raptors.

The last time Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh played in Air Canada Centre, he was a member of the home Toronto Raptors. Bosh played in Toronto for the first time of his career as a visiting player, and his new team ended out on top, by a score of 103-95. Dwyane Wade scored 28 points, LeBron James added 23 points, 13 rebounds, and 8 assists, and Bosh went for 25 against his former team. Italian Andrea Bargnani had a monster game, scoring 38 points, most of them coming in the 4th quarter. Demar Derozan, who will be competing in Saturday’s Slam Dunk Contest, scored 24 for the Raptors. Bosh was treated to mostly boos from the crowd at Air Canada Centre, but blew kisses at the end of the game.

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