Iknow there is a lot of Bosh-bashing on this forum -- and usually for pretty good reasons -- but last night was another example of his value. Even setting aside his numbers and that last block, once again his jump shot forced the opposing coach to make late-game adjustments that the Heat was able to take advantage of. you KNOW that if duncan had been in the game at the finish, he would have gotten those defensive rebounds. just like Indiana.
Well to be fair, Boshw as out of the game the first time Duncan was taken out (Lebrons 3). The second time around, it was off of a timeout and Bosh was taken out before that play and came in after the ft iirc. Either Pop really didn't want Duncan in there or just didn't notice him, my guess is just missed it because they weren't too worried with his 3pt jumpers the whole series, they've been letting him shoot and he missed most of it.
He's been very consistent in this series though with the double-doubles but that was just a huge blunder by Pop. They were one rebound away from a chip.