Another good piece I came across this morning.
Courtesy of Gregory Dale from "The National Newspaper"
Why should he stay in Toronto? The team has not had success in the Bosh era, other than a brief flirtation during their Atlantic division-winning season in 2007.
Clearly Bosh could benefit from a change of scenery, but at the same time he should be held accountable for his lack of success. At what point does he become the difference maker? At what point does he become a winner? Or is he just a paper tiger?So, do you think he's pretty accurate? That Bosh is and will likely be just a great complimentary player or do some think he is a "franchise" type guy?Let the facts speak for themselves: Bosh has never done anything to warrant being called a superstar player.
I believe he is just outside that level of greatness. Some players make plays to win big games. Robert Horry comes to mind. While he was no great star, he consistently hit game-winning shots and seven NBA titles with three different teams are proof of his effectiveness.
The bottom line is that perhaps Bosh is not a franchise player but rather a top complementary player who will never win on his own.
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