Bosh tries acting, again

Carlos Delfino and Chris Bosh celebrate during action between the Toronto Raptors and the...

Carlos Delfino and Chris Bosh celebrate during action between the Toronto Raptors and the Washington Wizards at the Air Canada Centre January 30th, 2008. (Sun Media/Dave Abel)

MIKE GANTER

, Last Updated: 8:30 AM ET

Hot on the heels of the "Send Chris Bosh to New Orleans" video campaign, the Raptors franchise player takes to the net once again, this time with something called "Who is Blane Harrington?"

Not to ruin the surprise, but we believe Bosh has been exposed to a little too much BBC television up here north of the border. And we can honestly say that's about as good of an English accent as you're going to find from a Texan.

GASOL TRADE FALLOUT

Here is Bosh's assessment of the Lakers now that they have Pau Gasol in the fold.

"It will be something when they put it all together," Bosh said knowing full well the real Lakers won't be on display until Andrew Bynum comes back from injury.

"You put Bynum, Lamar Odom and Gasol out there, those are three shot-blockers and three rebounders. Then you put the best player in the league (Kobe Bryant) out there with them making plays ... It's going to be very interesting to see how they make that work. I can't wait to see it."

AROUND THE RIM

Juan Dixon's point guard comfort level continues to grow. The natural shooting guard had a season and team-high six assists in Friday's loss to the Lakers. He has 15 assists in his past three games and looked particularly good on Friday feeding Jason Kapono in the fourth quarter when the silky smooth shooter hit for eight consecutive Raptors points ... One reason the Raps didn't pull off a fourth-quarter comeback was the Lakers' shooting over the final 12 minutes. L.A. was 16-for-22 from the field in the fourth for an incredible .727 shooting percentage.


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