Chris Bosh: NBA Nexus Owner With App Ideas Galore

It’s been awhile since we’ve seen any of those Nexus One promotional videos that Google had YouTube partners put together but another one popped up today that’s definitely worth a mention. Chris Bosh is an NBA player for the Toronto Raptors and in illustrating his Nexus One ownership, explains some of the brilliant application ideas he has had which didn’t exactly make the cut. And some that did.

Maybe he should have entered our Nexus One Video Contest. I especially like where he tries to use mind control to tell the phone what to do but realizes voice commands are the closest he’ll be able to come to that.


I wonder how many NBA players actually have Android Phones and of those, how many keep track of league games with the app Bosh showed… or another app. SportsTap anyone?

[Thanks Alex from Brooklyn!]

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  • Andrew Bryant

    Definately should have entered the video contest. Could have done well.
    Not a bad video overall but i so wish i had a nexus one.
    Still love my htc magic though

  • Andrew

    Man, I love my Nexus One as much as I love the Bulls… and I’ve been begging for Bosh to come to ChiTown as a Free Agent this year…. NOW I WANT HIM MORE!!!

  • Mur

    so is he using it in Toronto? what network would that be?

  • BreckDroid

    In response to MUR:

    Toronto is only about 100 miles from Buffalo, NY. I would take a guess and say he lives in the greater Buffalo area and commutes for games. So he is probably on a T-Mobile network based out of Buffalo.

    peace, b.

  • jo

    man that was funny.. especially the mind control expression on his face.. looked like he was taking a hard shit.

  • shawn1224

    Please Rockets, do a sign & trade to get Bosh … He wants to come back to Texas.

  • CellNerd

    Every Chris Bosh comes with a pair of knee braces ABSOLUTELY FREE! Just pay S&H.

  • devyn

    Dwayne wade has the htc my touch. And im guessing charles barkley does also. Possibly dwight howard lol maybe 75% of the nba