The Miami Heat took care of business on Saturday afternoon, as the team beat Brooklyn in Mexico City, 101-89. Five Heat players scored in double-digits on the evening, including Justise Winslow, who score 15 points on 5-for-6 shooting from the field and 4-for-4 shooting from three. It was the third-year forward’s best scoring output on the year, and in addition, he pulled down six rebounds and blocked a pair of shots.
After the game, Winslow was interviewed by Miami’s local Fox Sports affiliate, and shouted out former Heat forward Chris Bosh. It turns out that Bosh was in attendance for the game.
As longtime Bosh fans know, he is the greatest videobomber in NBA history. He did it all the time when he was teammates with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, and while Winslow was getting interviewed on Saturday, Bosh reminded everyone that he’s hilarious.
I liked how Winslow could tell that Bosh was coming for a few seconds and continued with the interview until it got to the point that he needed to take a break so the future Hall of Famer could do his thing. Additionally, the Heat’s official Twitter account was in on the joke.
Bosh wants to try and make it back to the NBA, which is an ambitious goal considering he has had health issues stemming from blood clots. Hopefully he’s able to, but if he can’t, it would be great if he just went around and kept coming up with hilarious ways to appear in the background of postgame interviews.