Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh returns to the court after abdominal injury

After suffering an abdominal strain in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Indiana Pacers on May 13, Chris Bosh’s status remained as indefinite for nearly a month.

As the power-forward rehabilitated his injury, one would assume that it was even more painful for Bosh to watch his team play without him on the court.

The all-star returned to the floor during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, and during the final Game 7 of the series, Bosh played a major role in the Heat’s victory, helping advance his team to the NBA finals for the second straight season.

“He was big time — every shot, every defensive play, every rebound — we missed him,” James said of Bosh. “We’re just happy to have him back at the right time. If it wasn’t for him and the rest of the guys that stepped up, we don’t win this game.”

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And of course, go Miami Heat!