Best Mario Chalmers Moments: 15 for #15

This year for Christmas, I got an excellent gift: Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers making this face at former teammate, LeBron James:

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Soon after that happened, the internet exploded with Chalmers memes and gifs and I was reminded at how truly entertaining our “Rio” is.

So, as my end-of-the-year gift to you all, here are 15 of my favorite Chalmers moments.

1. Literally my favorite Heat moment of LIFE. Chalmers as Super Mario? Genius.

2. Although the King often liked to scold our little guy, stopping him from celebrating may take the cake. He just wanted to express his joy for a moment! Sheesh!

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3. Not sure why Juan Howard decided to do this, but his slap is remarkably effortless, is it not?

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4. The fact that Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah is involved in this, makes it that much better. Claps for everyone.

5. My love for Carmelo Anthony only grew after this fantastic idea.

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6. Any guesses on who would have won this fight? Pretty sure my money is on James.

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7. Do you think James taught Chris Bosh how to yell at Chalmers, or does that instinct exist within everybody?

8. I mean, even the PRESIDENT knows the deal.

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9. Two classic duos, coming together as one.

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10. Aw, but all Chalmers wanted was a little face-time!

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11. I take it the answer would have been no?

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12. CAO Gold should probably reach out to Chalmers for a partnership.

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13. So, was Chalmers picturing James or Bosh when he threw that ball?

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14. I think someone has mastered the art of flopping!

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15. Two fold: Ray Allen yells at Chalmers while Bosh head-fives them both. Winning all around.

So, what are your favorite Chalmers moments? Leave them in the comments below!

Chris Bosh: Returning Tonight?

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After sitting out since December 14, Chris Bosh is expected to make his return tonight as the Miami Heat will be taking on the Orlando Magic. The Heat went 3-5 without Bosh in their lineup, which is even worse than it seems due to having one of their longest home stands; without their best player, home-court advantage meant little to nothing for Miami.

So far this season, Bosh is averaging about 22 points and 8 rebounds a game. Because of this, the Heat’s offense has suffered greatly lately, lacking in three-point plays and inside presence.

Bosh participated in Sunday’s practice, stating, “it felt good. It’s all about seeing how the calf responds, make sure it’s 100 percent. We wanted to do a little bit of live [practice work], make sure I get up and down the court. We wanted to get days like this in before I get out there.”

Head coach Erik Spoelstra will likely limit the big man’s minutes, starting him off easy. Therefore, the team cannot rely on him like they are used to, just yet. Although the Magic are currently 12-21, Nikola Vučević will still be a tough matchup for Bosh.

“When CB comes back, everybody needs to continue the play the way they have been and understand that he’s going to find his way back in, and we’ll make sure he finds the ball,” Wade said.

Tip-off is at 6:30 p.m. CT.

Heated Topics: December 10th, 2014

Although they are fresh off of a loss against the Denver Nuggets, the Miami Heat continue their journey forward tomorrow night, in hopes of proving their naysayers wrong.

Here is the latest news:

Not all hope is lost for the Heat.

Josh McRoberts embraces “the weird.”

Rookie James Ennis is showing his worth.

Could Brook Lopez be a good fit for Miami?

Other trade options for the Heat include Lance Stephenson.

Dwyane Wade supports “I Can’t Breathe” shooting shirts

Chris Bosh is “okay” with losing to the San Antonio Spurs in last years’ Finals.