Bosh earned his medal in an unlikely way for an NBA franchise player — by adopting a hustling, scratching, role-player persona on a team loaded with go-to scorers. He hopes to bring those lessons back to Toronto.
"It will help me if my shot's not falling or I'm in some kind of funk offensively, I know I can find different spots to be effective," said Bosh, who led Team USA in rebounding (6.1) while shooting a team-best 77.4 per cent from the floor. "And that's getting loose balls, playing defense and getting rebounds."
Saturday, October 11, 2008
If your shot's not falling, hustle for loose balls, play defense, and rebound
Loved what Chris Bosh had to say about how he adapted to playing on a star-filled team that won the Gold in Beijing this summer. According to this story:
Posted by Eric Musselman at 6:50 PM