Chris Bosh Named NBA All-Star Reserve Player


The players for the 63rd annual NBA All-Star Game have been chosen.

Jan 31, 2014 | 09:11 PM

It's a big day for Chris Bosh, who was just selected as a reserve player for the Eastern Conference All-Stars.

While the starting lineups for the NBA All-Star games are chosen directly by the fans, the reserves are selected by the head coaches in each conference. In his 11 seasons with the NBA, Chris has been chosen to participate in the NBA All-Stars Game eight times, but the 6’11” forward-center for the Miami Heat is still modest about being selected.

"It's still a big deal for me," Chris said in an interview with the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "Every year it's a question mark for me, to be honest with you. I mean, I had to play a different role and I have to play well in that role, and it's changed every year that I've been here, and I still find a way to kind of get it done."

Congratulations, Chris!

The 63rd NBA All-Star Game will air live on TNT and ESPN Radio on Sunday, February 16.


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