We need more wins of course but when I think of MVPs in the past I think of consistency. Every night they put it out there on the floor and when they need it, they put their teams on their backs. They're valuable so that's what I'm trying to be. A valuable asset to this team."
I see nothing selfish or concerning with the way he ended that quote. Bosh
is always about the team, and that quote has nothing to do with just scoring. It has to do with being the best basketball player he can be for his team.
This also may have something to do with getting some respect from the officials come playoff time. If he ends the season a very serious mvp candidate, maybe the officials will be less likely to let him get abused and held every time down the court. Especially if he continues to show the aptitude for flopping that he did against Charlotte.