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Chris Bosh joined 790 the Ticket in Miami on the Dan LeBatard Show to discuss the low point in Miami’s struggles, why the team is so bad in critical situations, whether he has confidence in his teammates, former players criticizing the Heat, Crygate 2011 and Kobe Bryant taking 90 minutes after a game to shoot on Miami’s court.

What was the low point in Miami’s recent struggles?:

“I think the low point for us is, I guess, the Chicago loss, probably, and then the Portland loss was just another part of it. The thing about the Chicago loss was that we had every chance in the world to win that game and then it came down to one missed box out and it cost us that game. We fought so hard just to get out of that streak … and every time it was close we just didn’t come out on top.”

Why is the team 1-for-18 in late-game critical situations?:

“We’re still coming together as a team. We’re still trying to figure out what plays work better for us. There’s not too many situations where you’re going to be in the last 10 seconds and need a shot. … You can’t practice that, you just have to experience that. … Everything’s a work in progress. I wish we could be 18-for-18, but that’s not the case.”

On Kobe Bryant shooting for an extra 90 minutes on the Miami floor:

“I have no problem with guys wanting to get better, but if you think that any of us were going to be able to shoot on the Staples Center court for 90 minutes, you would be totally mistaken. I don’t think they should have allowed him to do that. … We should’ve shut the lights off.”

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Listen to Chris Bosh on 790 The Ticket in Miami here (Interview begins at 1:02:30)