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Chris Bosh Unleashes His Dino-Vengeance on the Pacers

Chris Bosh kicked the Pacers' asses right through their faces.

In what was his best performance against his bumpy history with Indiana, Bosh managed to come out with a molten-lava-hot shooting hand and buried the Pacers in the Heat's 102-90 Game 4 victory.

In the first three games of this series, Bosh was held to a total of six points by Roy Hibbert.

But something changed in Game 4.

Because Chris Bosh is a crotch-smashing half-man, half-dinosaur who excels at hitting his enemies in the face with a silky smooth jumper.

You know that.

We know that.

And it was about time the Pacers knew that.

After three forgettable games playing basketball like a man with no arms, Bosh was able to shake off all the suck and deliver a bloody succession of shots and dunks that led to nothing but blue and yellow carnage and destruction.

For the first three games of this series, Bosh has had to hear it from the haters, the doubters, and the critics about how he just eats bowls of ass and how he had disappeared when the Heat needed him most against Indiana.

Haters jumped on his back. Doubters bit at him over and over.

And then Game 4 came and this happened:

Bosh came out with his Tall Justice and proceeded to set the tone to what would eventually be a massive beatdown of Godzillian proportions when he hit his jumpers with ease, got the crowd involved, and left the Pacers in a trail of their own bloody stumps.

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