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Poll Question: Can The Miami Heat Win A Title Without Chris Bosh?

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Poll Question: Can The Miami Heat Win A Title Without Chris Bosh?

Who would have thought that the Miami Heat’s championship hopes would come down to whether or not Chris Bosh could perform or not?

Dwyane Wade and LeBron James get all the attention, and most of the credit, but Bosh is also an All-star and Miami’s road to a championship just got that much tougher after he recently injured his abdominal muscle during Miami’s Game 1 matchup against the Indiana Pacers this past weekend.

You can forget about the NBA Finals and LeBron getting a chance to redeem himself, heck, you can even forget the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat’s chances took a body blow with the loss of Bosh.

The Heat are built on the Big 3, so can they still manage to win a chmapionship, or even advance to the next round, with their best big man out of the lineup?