Chris Bosh, My Baby’s First Miami Heat Jersey

Chris Bosh, My Baby’s First Miami Heat Jersey
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Superstar Chris Bosh has a brand new baby boy, who cheered on his famous dad from his hospital room yesterday just hours after he was born.

With his wife Adrienne giving birth to little Jackson Both around 3 Am and then having to play in the NBA playoffs against the NY Knicks.

But yet again, both never seems to disappoint us. Hopping on a private jet in Florida and arriving over to Madison Square Garden an hour before the game.

With his son decked out in custom heat hear, Chris scored 9 points in the win over the Knicks, and then hopped back on the jet to return to his family… completing a 2,200 mile round trip in less than 24 hours.

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