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Chris Bosh Videobombs LeBron and Wade to Kick Off 2013-14 Season

Your NBA Champion Miami Heat megastars kicked off the 2013-14 season by getting their rings, raising their third championship banner into the rafters, and then obliterating the Chicago Bulls 107-95.

And while the season is just getting started and there's plenty of basketball left to be played, Chris Bosh is in VIDEOBOMBING midseason form.

As he did all last year, Bosh showed up to make LeBron James and Dwyane Wade's postgame interviews 1,000 percent amazeballs with his awesomeness.

See also: Chris Bosh's Greatest GIFs

We especially enjoy Bosh's SO FED UP WITCHU, LEBRON FACE.

You're the best, Boshy Bear.

(h/t to Sheelsy)

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