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  • Bosh With A Broken Honker? Done for the season. (Update on Pg. 2)

    It sounds as though courtesy of Eric Smith.

    Bosh suffered a "maxilla and nasal fracture to the right side of his face" and will stay in Cleveland overnight for further evaluation
    Source - Click here

  • #2
    Probably done for the year.

    He and Bogut should get together in the recovery ward and play some cards or something while they are watching the Bucks and Raptors in the first round of the playoffs.
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    • #3
      Buddahfan wrote: View Post
      Probably done for the year.
      I hope not for 2 reasons:

      1) We'll likely miss the playoffs.
      2) We might just of watched Bosh's last game as a Raptor.

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      • #4
        Doc Naismith wrote: View Post
        I hope not for 2 reasons:

        1) We'll likely miss the playoffs.
        2) We might just of watched Bosh's last game as a Raptor.
        Not necessarily miss the playoffs.

        No reason that this team can't beat the Bulls, Pistons and Knicks. Don't forget the Raptors have the tie breaker with the Bulls. So if they if they beat the Bulls at home they will have a very good chance to make the playoffs.
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        • #5
          Doc Naismith wrote: View Post
          It sounds as though courtesy of Eric Smith.



          Source - Click here
          If the Raptors lose to the Bulls this weekend then that's it for the 8th seed. Without Bosh they'll be lucky to win a game from here on out.

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          • #6
            Doc Naismith wrote: View Post
            I hope not for 2 reasons:

            1) We'll likely miss the playoffs.
            2) We might just of watched Bosh's last game as a Raptor.
            That one sounds like a good reason! Keep him on the sidelines.
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            • #7
              Its not really a simple broken nose, a little more complicated than that.

              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxilla

              If it is serious, he will likely be done for the year. He will certainly be out against the Celtics tomorrow and the Hawks on Friday. Hopefully we get some more information on Wednesday.
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              • #8
                Buddahfan wrote: View Post
                Not necessarily miss the playoffs.

                No reason that this team can't beat the Bulls, Pistons and Knicks. Don't forget the Raptors have the tie breaker with the Bulls. So if they if they beat the Bulls at home they will have a very good chance to make the playoffs.
                Did you not watch the Raptors when Bosh was out earlier this season? If Bosh can't play, the Raptors could very well lose every game, although I'd give them at least one win. Realistically, though, they'll lose against Boston, Atlanta and Chicago, and win against New York and Detroit. That SHOULD be enough get to the playoffs.

                If they do, somehow, miss the playoffs, every Raptor fan better be praying for them to jump into the top three in the draft, because without a top three pick this year, next year is going to look a little depressing, quite frankly. Well, unless Colangelo is somehow able to trade Bargnani and Turkoglu for something useful.
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                • #9
                  We have no picks.

                  Bargnani is one the few pieces of this team that might be worth keeping for the term of his contract.

                  Calderon is half a point guard. Turkoglu is one third point forward. Bosh is an 18ft Jump Shooting 'Supposedly Power' forward. The half of Bargnani that plays post defense, changes and blocks shots, while tumultuously rebounding is as close to a real position player, outside the Rookie and Jack, we got.

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                  • #10
                    Out for certain two games, maybe the season...

                    Bleacher Report

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                    • #11
                      Bosh may have played his last game for the Raptors last night. It wouldn't surprise me. He knows that even if the Raptors make the playoffs that they will only get embarrassed by the Cavs so why bother to be part of that fiasco.

                      He can relax and enjoy the rest of the NBA season and playoffs from the comfort of the sidelines. I bet Turkoglu wishes he had an excuse to leave early for Turkey.
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                      • #12
                        Raptor Jesus wrote: View Post
                        We have no picks.

                        Bargnani is one the few pieces of this team that might be worth keeping for the term of his contract.

                        Calderon is half a point guard. Turkoglu is one third point forward. Bosh is an 18ft Jump Shooting 'Supposedly Power' forward. The half of Bargnani that plays post defense, changes and blocks shots, while tumultuously rebounding is as close to a real position player, outside the Rookie and Jack, we got.
                        The Raptors have a pick if they don't make the playoffs, but considering what would most likely be available where they would draft, I'd rather they make the playoffs.

                        And I guess you've been watching a different Bargnani, because the one I've been watching the last four years certainly isn't worth keeping.
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                        • #13
                          With or without Bosh I don't think this team was going to/will make the playoffs. That picture of Bosh with the dazed look on his face and blood dripping down kinda sums up the Raptors year. Its almost poetic.
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                          • #14
                            lol a broken honker
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                            • #15
                              Doug Smith: Regular season over for Bosh

                              Chris Bosh has had surgery on his nose and his regular season is over because it will be at least until next week before the damage done to his broken nose can be assessed, team medical officials said Wednesday
                              The Star

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