Chris Bosh had a great season as Heat center
Come postseason award time, perhaps there will be one big advantage for Chris Bosh shifting this season from forward to center.
Had Bosh remained a power forward, it would be a battle to make the All-NBA third team. But as the Miami Heat center, it’s not out of the question he could end up on the first team.
“No doubt, I’m voting for him,’’ Heat guard Dwyane Wade, who doesn’t actually have a vote in the media poll, said of Bosh possibly ending up there. “Even though he’s not (naturally) a center, he’s done a good job of playing that position all year.’’
Four of the spots on the All-NBA first team are easy. They will manned by forwards LeBron James of the Heat and Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City and guards Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers and Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers.
-- Fox Sports