Much was made here and elsewhere of the muscle that Chris Bosh added this offseason, especially visible in his upper arms.
And yet, in the second preseason and regular season opener, Bosh hasn’t managed to do much in the low post.
It’s too early to make too much of this, especially since foul trouble limited Bosh’s minutes, and hurt his rhythm, in Dallas. But it bears watching. With Erik Spoelstra tailoring much of the offense to the versatile talents of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, and encouraging them not only to push the pace but also to sometimes set up camp down low, Bosh is the guy who could get left behind.
After Tuesday’s shootaround, Bosh acknowledged that it remained “a feeling out process.”
— Via Ethan J. Skolnick of the Palm Beach Post Blog