Fans are watching the Heat nationally in huge numbers because they want James and Wade and bosh and company to lose.
But in New York this week, bosh said he had to take a step back from basketball and simply take in his surroundings.
“Somebody had to break the ice,” bosh, whose own sexuality has been questioned in recent years, says.
But the tasty meal of steak, lobster, and shrimp was only the beginning of a night to remember for bosh and company.
But after few rounds of simply making baskets, the game turned a tad more serious, bosh says.
Were I to advance the plea of youth in excuse of the naiveness to be found in these pages, he would be likely to say "bosh!"
I explained all this to Marchgiont, and he actually believed me and did not say "bosh!"
He cut them very short with his favourite phrase: "It is all a bosh!"
I suggested that either one of the Coe lads or Lama should go with him, to which he said "bosh!"
"Oh, bosh with your French, that nobody understands," said the best man.
"empty talk, nonsense," 1834, from Turkish, literally "empty." Introduced in "Ayesha," popular romance novel by J.J. Morier (1780-1849).
Nonsense; poppycock; bullshit
[1830s+; apparently fr Turkish, ''empty,'' popularized by an 1834 British novel]