Apparently Jay Mariotti from the Chicago Sun-Times knows something we don't here in Toronto. That being that we might as well enjoy having Bosh
now because in two years he's likely as good as gone while either or heading to Orlando or one of the Western Conference teams.
Originally Posted by Chicago Sun-Times
Twenty-three months may seem a long time, but it isn't, not when Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh
become free agents in July 2010 and other franchises already are plotting to sign them. James probably is bound for New York, where he'll either join the restructured Knicks or his soul brother, Jay-Z, with a New jersey
team headed to Brooklyn. Bosh
will flee Toronto and look at Orlando and Western Conference teams.
And Wade? Which town is he from again? Depending on how the Heat perform the next two seasons with the player the Bulls didn't draft, forward Michael Beasley, Wade is capable moving on and signing elsewhere. If so, the Bulls would be as viable a destination as anywhere, particularly if Rose and Deng develop a bond and some of the other dopes grow up and start reaching their potential. Whenever he is asked about the future, Wade never commits fully to finishing his career on South Beach, a signal he'll have Fave Five openings on his cell phone. "A lot can happen in the next two years," Wade said a few days ago. The Bulls should interpret that as an invitation.
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