Chris Bosh has been pretty bad during the Eastern Conference Finals. How bad? So bad that he reportedly felt the need to apologize to his teammates after the Heat lost Game 6 of the ECF to the Pacers. So bad that he has 22 rebounds—in the entire series. So bad that…well, you get the point. He's been bad, and he's sorry about it.

"It's difficult," he said earlier today. "Everything you're going to do in the postseason is difficult. And you're going to be put in situations you don't want to be in and you're going to have to do things that you don't want to do. It's part of it, so you might as well get used to it, being miserable and really loving it."

Sounds like he's ready to have a great Game 7! Ha. Seriously though, he better come to play tonight or the Heat will be in real danger of losing this series. And if that happens, Bosh might not be back in Miami next season. So we are looking forward to seeing how he responds.

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[via Ball Don't Lie]