- Report: Victor Oladipo to seek specialist’s evaluation regarding timetable for knee injury
- Erik Spoelstra declines to answer whether Victor Oladipo will play for Miami Heat again this season
- Dewayne Dedmon offers fantastic response when asked what he’s willing to do for Miami Heat
- Report: Victor Oladipo increasingly unlikely to receive ‘anything near’ maximum deal this offseason
- Kendrick Nunn shows he’s been fully vaccinated and exclaims COVID-19 ‘can kiss my a–‘
- Gabrielle Union dedicates lengthy, heartfelt tribute to DMX
- Report: Victor Oladipo will not travel with Miami Heat on upcoming road trip
- Report: Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem dragged into $160,000 eviction lawsuit over Miami pizzeria
- Video: Victor Oladipo exits game vs. Lakers after suffering non-contact injury
- Video: Jimmy Butler taunts Lakers while taking over in 4th quarter for Heat
Goran Dragic: ‘Me and Chris Bosh Can Do Some Damage’
- Updated: September 28, 2015
Dragic and Bosh never actually took the court together as Heat teammates last season. That’s because almost immediately after Dragic was acquired from the Phoenix Suns, Bosh was felled by blood clots that abruptly ended his season.
“It feels great that Chris is finally healthy and we can start the season together,” said Dragic. “I had the same bond with Channing Frye. The same playbook, he can shoot from outside. Chris is an upgrade, too, because he can play post-up, he can shoot the ball. Me and him can do some damage.”
For their respective careers, Dragic and Bosh have been effective players on an individual level. Dragic has averaged 12.2 points and 4.5 assists for his career, but saw those numbers elevate after being traded to the Heat: 16.6 and 5.3 respectively. Meanwhile, Bosh has averaged 19.3 points during his career, while grabbing 8.6 rebounds per game. At the time of his blood clot, Bosh was averaging 21.1 points per contest.