According to an article from the Toronto Star which cites ESPN as a source, Chris Bosh has narrowed his list of potential suitors for the 2010 free agency market.
Those teams: The Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, The New York Knicks and the Toronto Raptors.
The article also discusses LeBron James and the impact his decision may have on Chris Bosh’s choice. If LeBron stays in Cleveland the market is wide open for Bosh, but if James decides to go to a certain team, Bosh may follow suit.
Let the guessing begin.
Personally, I believe that all of these teams would provide for some interesting scenarios for Bosh, but I believe that the three front runners for him are actually LA, Miami and New York. Bosh has stated all along that he wants to play for a contender and those three teams would all provide for a great wing-man to partner up with Bosh. In LA, he would get to play with Kobe, in Miami he would get to play with D-Wade and in New York he could play with LeBron.
Only time will tell. What are your thoughts? What team do you think Bosh will end up playing for?
Update: Bosh and his agent have denied these rumors…but, one has to think these teams are on the list considering their future potential/promise
Destiny Awaits, or shall I say Lebron awaits for either the Chicago Bulls or the Toronto Raptors. Last night the Chicago Bulls did a masterful job in defeating the Boston Celtics. They showed grit and determination and provided a smothering defense that stifled much of Boston’s attack. Tonight, they have one more game to play on the road against the Charlotte Bobcats. The Charlotte Bobcats have one of the best defenses and also one of the best home records in the league and Larry Brown himself said that he would not rest his starters as this game still meant something to the Bulls and the Raptors. For that move, we can deem that Larry Brown is a class act and represents the league very well.
So, its safe to say, that if the Bulls are going to make the playoffs they are going to have to earn it. The Toronto Raptors on the other hand will have to defeat the New York Knicks to even have a chance. What do you think, how will this final night turn out? Do the Raptors even deserve to make the playoffs?
Last night the Cleveland Cavaliers cruised to victory against the Toronto Raptors. Chris Bosh was also injured in the process due to an inadvertent elbow from Antawn Jamison. Could things get any worse? Bosh better get back or our chances of getting into the playoffs could be even smaller. The Raptors’ hopes of getting to the playoffs are getting slimmer and slimmer, do you think they have a chance?