Is it just me or for the last couple seasons does it seem that Dave only writes about the Raptors when the chips are down? (granted, he's pretty accurate here)
And witness the recent work of Chris Bosh, wherein he has appeared to throw up his hands and deflect all responsibility for a black hole of a slump that has seen Toronto lose five in a row and 10 of 13 since the all-star break. Blame the ankle injury that kept him out six games a while back, but there are those within the team who will tell you Bosh's injury has nothing to do with his diminished impact.
With his numbers topped up – he's averaging a career-best 24 points and 11 rebounds a game – the free-agent-to-be often looks like his mind is, er, elsewhere.You can bash Bosh's merits as a No. 1 banana in this league, but the truth is he's currently co-manning a starting lineup occupied by a bunch of other highly paid pros who are grossly under-performing. The scientific term for the majority of Bosh's teammates is "a bunch of gutless pooches."
"It's perplexing," said Bryan Colangelo, the man who concocted this mix and has continually acknowledged he's to blame if it bombs. "There's no doubt that we've regressed back to the level we started the season with."
Change is coming.Source - Click hereSaid Bosh: "Frustration and crying and pouting and all that stuff is not going to get it done."
And neither, Chris Bosh wants you to know, is Chris Bosh.
His work here apparently is done.