Not only has Chris Bosh been relegated from 20 and 10 guy in Toronto to a tertiary role player in Miami's offense, but he's not even the most well-known Bosch on South Beach anywhere. That would be Miami-area steroid supplier, Anthony Bosch. The Shadow League don't condone illegal PED use, but it couldn't hurt for Bosh to give Bosch a call. He could use some muscle packed on his frame to go to battle inside with the NBA's top low post threats.
Bosh has struggled against the likes of true big men such as Tim Duncan and Roy Hibbert in the last two rounds of the postseason. As a result, the trade rumors involving Bosh have ramped up as he searches for a way out of his funk.
However, Bosh has no interest in planting new roots elsewhere.
"I'm in Miami for the rest of my career. I plan to be there. I plan to retire there. I plan to win hopefully a lot more championships there. So that's where home is."
"You know, man, I don't care [about the trade rumors]. At first, I used to care. But that hindered my game. And they're going to talk about you, anyway. It's something that you can't ever overcome. So why should you even try to prove people wrong? I just play the game."
He sounds certain, but there's no guarantee RIley feels the same way. In fact, I'm willing to bet that if the progenitor of Riley Ball, a man who won at every stop in his coaching career with dominating back to the basket big men, were forced to take a lie detector test, he'd vehemently disagree with Bosh's assessment.