Miami Heat star Chris Bosh wants his two-year-old daughter to watch him play in the NBA Finals, but his estranged ex, Allison Mathis, isn't game.
Now he's looking for a judge to force her hand.
Bosh and Mathis have a contentious relationship, battling over custody and her appearance on Basketball Wives, which he put the ki-Bosh on.
Right now, there's a temporary court-ordered arrangement in place in which they share custody, and the daughter, Trinity, is with Allison.
Last week, Bosh filed a motion asking the judge to temporarily alter the terms so that Trinity could come to the Heat-Mavericks games.
"I am embarking on a new chapter of my life by making it into the finals for the first time in my professional career," writes Bosh.
"It's very important to me to have the people closest and dear to my heart to be able to share these moments with me.""If we can make this happen please respond asap and I will set up the arrangements for pick up/drop off without you even having to lift a finger."
According to the legal docs, Bosh, who married Adrienne Williams earlier this year, never heard back from his baby mama and is not happy.
So far, the judge has yet to rule on the matter, but a source close to Allison Mathis tells us she does not want to change the arrangement.
Regardless, Bosh's turn for custody begins June 11. With the Heat losing a nail-biter last night, the best-of-seven Finals is tied 2-2.
That means there's a Game 6 Sunday, June 12 in Miami! At least Chris can spend QT with his little girl while the Mavs celebrate ...