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Chris Bosh OK playing third fiddle for Heat

MIAMI — Eventually, someone was going to have to embrace the supporting role in Miami, and it wasn’t going to be LeBron James. So that left Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to play sidekick to the best player in the game.

Wade was the incumbent star for the Heat, already an NBA champion and set to have his number retired whenever he stops playing. Wade is Miami’s first homegrown basketball superstar, and was in his prime when James and Bosh arrived in July 2010.

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