Miami Heat Considering Trading Chris Bosh?

by Punter's Hero on July 3, 2011

in Latest News, NBA

The Miami Heat came into this past NBA regular season with a cocking attitude and a sense of entitlement. With LeBron James and Chris Bosh playing alongside perennial All-Star Dwyane Wade in South Beach, the rest of the league took notice and were terrified of just how good this team could be.

The Heat were confident that they could win two, three, four, five and seven titles with their new Big Three, but in their first season together they failed to accomplish their goal of winning an NBA title. Obviously, with three superstars on the same team, the Miami Heat was held to a different standard, but couldn’t live up to the hype.

Even though they were unable to win an NBA title in their first season together in South Beach, the Heat did just come two games short of lifting the Larry O’Brien trophy and getting the best of the veteran Dallas Mavericks. With that being said, this team would need another season or two of playing together to really build up their confidence on the floor, but the rumors of a trade involving Chris Bosh have already begun.

Despite LeBron James getting most of the blame for the Miami Heat’s collapse in the NBA Finals against the Dallas Mavericks, Chris Bosh may be the first of the Big Three to be headed elsewhere. Personally, I believe that Bosh played the best out of the three superstars during the Finals, but he is the one player that they could trade and get two or more role players to make this team complete.

There is no telling whether or not GM Pat Riley will be actively pursuing a trade centered on Chris Bosh, but it wouldn’t surprise me to see him flirt with the notion and attempt to bring in some much needed role players.

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