As a member of the big 3 in Miami, Chris Bosh is sometimes overlooked as some fantasy owners assume all the scoring goes to Lebron and D-Wade, but that really isn’t the case. With his dual eligibility as PF/C, and a high scoring threat, Bosh averaged 18 PPG, 7.9 RPG, 1.8 APG, and .8 BPG in 2011 over 57 games with the Heat. There is no reason to believe there will be a dropoff in any of those categories, especially rebounding where Bosh will be playing center often for the Heat this season, and we have Bosh as a low 3rd/ early 4th round option in fantasy basketball formats. Chances are he will still be available in the 5th (where ESPN has him ranked) and if he is, he would offer great value that late.
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