It was more of an argument a few years ago (in terms of their respective futures with the Raps) - say at the end of the 2009 campaign. Bargs
had improved quite a bit from his sophomore year, offensively at least. Seemed like all he needed was more shots. Given that he and Bosh
could never co-exist and Bosh
was primed to either jilt or be given a max contract, it wasn't totally unreasonable to side with Bargs, who at half the price had upside as a 20 point scorer. I fell for it. How naive I was; yes he became that 20 point a night scorer, but a rather inefficient one at that. Watching him loaf around disinterestedly for 6 years has taken a toll on me. Bosh
wasn't a great defender while here either, but at least he was aware and passionate and consistent. He was totally consistent. And I was totally wrong.