Chris Bosh has been expressing his interest in playing again for NBA this season. Unfortunately, Miami Heat has closed its doors the former Toronto Raptors players who has been with them for six years. However, new reports suggest that Chris Bosh might return in NBA 2017-18 season.
Before the new NBA season began, Chris Bosh announced that he is ready to join Miami Heat again for this season. Unfortunately, the power forward failed the physical exam last September resulting in Pat Riley closing Heat's door for Chris Bosh.
Although Chris Bosh will miss this NBA season, reports are rife that LeBron James and Dwyane Wade's former teammate will still make it next NBA season. According to ESPN, Miami Heat did not expect that the big three era of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh will end abruptly.
The report added that Chris Bosh can still play once Miami waived his contract. However, this would mean that the other team interested in signing Chris Bosh will be paying the All-Star player at a minimum.
If Chris Bosh really wants to return to the NBA this will still be a great opportunity for the player. Reports have it that a number of teams in the NBA league are eyeing Chris Bosh for their roster.
New York Knicks has already expressed their interest in signing Chris Bosh. Meanwhile, there are rumors that Chris Bosh might join LeBron James in Cleveland Cavaliers or reunite with Dwyane Wade in Chicago Bulls.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh delivered a back-to-back NBA title to Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013. Unfortunately, the trio's era in Heat was short lived. LeBron James opted to return to Cleveland Cavaliers; Heat was not able to negotiate a contract extension with Dwyane Wade and now, Heat just closed their doors to Chris Bosh.
Do you support Chris Bosh's return in NBA? Are you still hopeful that the 12-time NBA All-Star can still play in the NBA league? What do you think of Miami Heat's decisions of letting go of Dwyane Wade and closing its doors to Chris Bosh? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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