LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are oh so cool.
Anyone still wearing the flip-up glasses like D-Wade did after Game 4 or glasses without lenses as he and James have done in these playoffs are “smoothed out on the R&B tip with a pop feel appeal” like Bell Biv Devoe back in the 1990s.
However, Bosh has become that fire breathing dragon who lights the Heat’s emotional fuse.
He will always be the third wheel of Miami’s Big 3, but Bosh, who was the man in Toronto, is doing all the dirty work stars rarely do to help the Heat win a title: Dive on the floor for loose balls. Get offensive boards. Block shots. Defend.
And when asked to score, Bosh can still knock down the jumper and finish pick-and-roll plays at the rim.
However, Bosh has become that emotional leader for Miami. He’s the one you see getting the crowd going by flexing and pumping his fist.
He’s the one barking at teammates and getting them pumped up right before play resumes.