Comparing the Miami Heat and the Golden State Warriors

6 of 8

Center: Chris Bosh vs. Andrew Bogut

May 30, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Bosh (1) drives against Indiana Pacers power forward David West (21) during the first half in game five of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

This comparison is a little more flawed than the others because it’s on the basis that Andrew Bogut only played in 32 of the Warriors’ games and it was his first season with the team.Thus, we are essentially comparing a player who was nursing an injury and thus couldn’t play that much on top of working with a new coach and team.

That all being said, Chris Bosh is a better center than Bogut. Bosh averaged 16.6 points, seven rebounds and nearly two blocks game for this season. Bogut averaged six points, nearly eight rebounds and two blocks per game.

If Bogut stays healthy and continues with the performance he gave during the postseason, he will serve as a great player on both sides. But in the meantime, I’m going to go with the eight time All-Star.

Edge: Bosh