Can't post the entire article from Tom Haberstroh at ESPN, but here's a little blurb.
Little slight towards our PG's perhaps? Referring to the Nash comment."Bosh can't be a No. 1 guy," one league executive warns. "If a team's going to be good, Bosh has to be two and a best-case three. I don't see Bosh as a carry-the-mail kind of player. But I don't think any of the power forward free agents are either."
Teams will pay him to raise a championship banner and that will only happen if Bosh has other elite shot-creators that he can complement.
Bosh's stint in Toronto gives his prospective suitors a blueprint to avoid. As a No. 1 option lacking both a premiere point guard and a defensive cog in the middle, Bosh never had the tools to lead the Raptors past the postseason fringe. Boozer and Stoudemire have each enjoyed the luxury of playing co-pilot with a Hall of Fame-caliber point guard, but Bosh has yet to experience the benefits of teaming up with an elite playmaker.
"If Bosh played with Steve Nash, I'd probably feel completely different about him," said one league executive. "He needs a guy to put him in the best possible situation to succeed."
Overall, Tom feels Bosh is worth a max contract and will likely get a max contract. He thinks the "good fits" are the Bulls, Rockets and Heat. And the "less than ideal" teams being us, Knicks, Clippers and Wizards.
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