There’s going to be a ton of rumors this summer, maybe even more than there were in 2010, and a significant of them will revolve around the future of the Miami Heat’s Big Three. As they should.
There are two ways this summer can go for the NBA. There’s either going to be a power shift in the league, or the biggest target will remain in Miami, retool and look even better than before in a few months.
Either way, in both those scenarios, it will involve Miami’s Big Three — or as we saw in the 2014 NBA Finals, LeBron James and his two little helpers.
And even though the Heat looked like an exhausted, finished team against a clearly superior San Antonio Spurs squad in the Finals, there are still those that don’t believe that we have seen the last of LeBron’s reign in Miami. I’m one of those people, and apparently, so is Chris Bosh.
At least that’s the sentiment that he told the Associated Press yesterday.
Chris Bosh, to AP, on Big 3 future: “We want to stay together, man. I’ll say that. It’s a great organization, great team and great city.”
By no means is this Bosh’s decision, though. I think we can all agree that this is going to be a “LeBron James decision,” and not the one that involves Jim Gray and a handful of kids in Connecticut.