The Cleveland Cavaliers may not have been as active as the Golden State Warriors in the free agency market, but LeBron James and his team seem to be looking into a blockbuster trade this offseason. With the Miami Heat still uncertain with the future of Chris Bosh, it looks like Hassan Whiteside is set to lose the last member of the Big Three following the departure of Dwyane Wade to the Chicago Bulls. To ensure a back-to-back championship, the Kyrie Irving team appears to be bent on recruiting only the best stars in the league.
The Miami Heat and Chris Bosh are anticipated to end in a divorce soon. With Pat Riley looking to be more interested in developing the team up of Goran Dragic and Hassan Whiteside than creating a support system for the last member of the Dwyane Wade and LeBron James era, teams are now calling to strike a deal. Among the teams said to be interested in the negotiations is the Cleveland Cavaliers.
"I'm ready. I've done all my work working with the doctors," said Chris Bosh on his status for the coming season. " I'm in incredible shape. ... I look good when I take my shirt off."
He further noted, "It is my contractual and professional obligation to be there. Will I be cleared? I don't know. But I will play basketball in the NBA. ... This has been a struggle. This has not been easy."
One of the rumored possibilities in the trade partnership of the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers is a swap for Kevin Love and Chris Bosh. Speculations are rife that LeBron James is looking into reuniting with the star for a back-to-back championship run. Meanwhile, the new era brought in by Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic in the Miami Heat could be a better fit for the controversial Kevin Love.
"He loves to play basketball and he's one of the best at it in the world," shared Dwyane Wade of Chris Bosh. The Chicago Bulls star added, "The last two years has sucked for him and his family and it's sucked for his close friends, as well. I pray that he gets a chance to get back on the basketball court and just do what he loves to do. I'm sure he's praying for it, but I am as well."
At the moment, the Miami Heat and Chris Bosh have yet to officially comment on their relationship. That is, the Hassan Whiteside team has to decide on the status of the remaining big three star in their roster. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers are mum on the possibility of reuniting LeBron James with Chris Bosh in their lineup.
What do you think? Will Chris Bosh prove to be useful in the quest of the Cleveland Cavaliers to seek a back-to-back championship? Or should the Miami Heat keep the NBA All-Star to boost the team up of Hassan Whiteside and Goran Dragic?