Chris Bosh doesn’t want to see bandwagon fans come back for Game 7

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh talks with the media prior to practice for game seven of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at the American Airlines Arena. (Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)

Miami Heat center Chris Bosh talks with the media prior to practice for game seven of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at the American Airlines Arena. (Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports)

Chris Bosh has been the center of a few trade rumors recently, meaning that Thursday’s Game 7 clash against San Antonio could potentially be his last in a Miami uniform.

With that being said, Bosh definitely won’t be missing the hundreds of fans who showed their true colors after leaving Game 6 with less than 30 seconds remaining and the Heat down by five. All that happened after was a thrilling comeback featuring an epic buzzer-beater to force overtime and two Chris Bosh blocks that will go down as a couple of the best in Finals history.

No big deal.

At least, those who peace’d out early may not think so — so why would they think Game 7 is a big deal either?

As far as the embattled Bosh is concerned, those bandwagoners can just watch from home in their bro tanks.

Maybe the folks on South Beach can make it a velociraptor night and switch between the game and Jurassic Park.

Too harsh? Well, it’s alright. Apparently, most Heat fans aren’t even paying attention anyways.

[H/T: Deadspin]

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