Why take him back? Where did we go with him on the team? Plus his rep has taken such a beating around the league that we wouldn't be able to bring in players to play with him. He's become the league's joke. Look how Melo and Stat immediately assumed he was the one shedding tears in the locker room. Durantula called him a fake tough guy. He pulled off the gayest dive in the histroy of the NBA. During the pregame on the weekend they talked about how James and Wade teamed up to win and didn't even mention Bosh. Chalmers ignored him after he tried to jack Mario up when he nailed a big three against the Bulls. He's a joke. Miami can keep him and his occasional double-doubles.
Is this a trial balloon question by Hadi trying to gauge interest in TO?
He wasnt a leader then and he isnt now.
Aldridge took him to the woodshed last night.
He is overpaid and not worth the capspace.
Does anyone want the stagnant offence with the 20 pts.?
And these just off the top....and btw you put too much value on his current trade value.
NO NO NO
Given his contract, no I wouldn't take Bosh back. With a hard cap likely coming, it would severely hamper this team and probably force them to trade some of their up and coming young guys. In retrospect, losing Bosh was probably the best thing that happened to this team. BC can now build his team his way and we've gone from a slow plodding, predictable 1/2 court offensive team to a fast break, push the ball type of a team. With the right draft choice this summer and some additions via free agency or trades, we'll have a competitive team soon enough. Bosh chose his path. He's in love with the limelight but he's beginning to realize that the media will break you just as soon as they build you up. I think he needs to learn his lesson. Maybe when his contract expires and he's about 32 or so, I wouldn't mind taking him back at a much lower rate but not now.
I think you could get more for him than anyone currently on the Raptors so I'd trade for him [Bargs and Barbosa] and then move him for something we really want.
Bosh is damaged goods.
Deep down has completely lost any edge or confidence he had.
This Miami debacle has truly fucked his career - he's already damaged goods from his rupaul/soft/boshmallow reputation.
The only way for him to get any credibility back is to start playing aggressively and at some point take on a bigger player in a physical altercation, (and win that altercation in the minds of NBA fans) and get tossed from a game.
He cries inside every day.
So clearly the answer to your question is fuck no no no no no a thousand times no.
im actually waiting for the Bosh-lovers to post. Those who have been saying "he put 7 years of his career on this team", he fulfilled his contract so leave him alone, etc etc....
i wonder where they are...
for example, as a bosh hater.. if bosh killed a lion with his bare hands.. i'd be like "What a dude! He's like super-dude! He's my new favourite player on the planet!"
thats the minimum he'd have to do though... especially with the crying in his portfolio
i went vegan for the majority of 2010 for health reasons... i can fully confirm, i was totally a hateful whiny cun+ for the entire year..
that first steak afterwards, you could literally see happiness glowing around me for the entire day.
After the fall out between him and Colangelo, I don't think he'd be welcomed back here with open arms. In addition, at his salry, I wsouldn't take a flyer on him.
This is a silly thread, because a few months ago there was just as much debate whether he was worth a max contract, which he is not. And that was before all his stupid "look at me" behavior. He's worth even less now, in my opinion.