Chris Bosh recommends brilliant hand-washing technique involving 2013 Finals
In light of ongoing concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, former Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh is suggesting that the general public recite a new variant of the traditional 20-second hand-washing routine — one that harks back to Miami’s victory over the Spurs in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Most hoops fans will remember where they were when Ray Allen hit the fateful shot that tied Game 6 in the closing seconds. With this clutch bucket, the Heat forced an overtime period to win the game, and eventually, the series. Were it not for a strong rebounding effort from Bosh, however, Allen’s shot would not have been realized.
For those interested in reliving Miami’s big win in Game 6:
In a tweet that was sent out on Wednesday afternoon, Chris Bosh posted an image that describes each step of his new hand-washing technique. As an homage to the sequence of plays at the end of Game 6, he suggests that citizens start with LeBron James’ missed 3, then picture the rebound that led to Allen’s big shot:
If ya'll need another 20-second hand washing idea… pic.twitter.com/0i6E0Z4KY1
— Chris Bosh (@chrisbosh) March 18, 2020
The NBA announced last week that it has suspended the 2019-20 regular season due to ongoing concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. At this point, it’s not clear when play might resume, though some reports have suggested that this campaign could be played all the way into July or even August.
Hopefully, play will resume sooner rather than later. The Heat were in the midst of a surprising season, and they’d like to get a chance to compete in the playoffs.
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