July 7, 2010 by Post Team
The simplest solution, it seems, was for them to form a team in Miami.
A person with knowledge of the decision told the AP on Wednesday that Bosh decided to join the heat and playing alongside Wade, another free agent All-Star. Bosh said Wade was “final,” the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because no contracts had been signed and no person authorized to publicly disclose the decision.
It is still unclear, however, is as follows: if the acquisition of Miami Bosh come through a simple free-agent signing or a sign-and trade with the Toronto Raptors.
ESPN first reported the decision to Bosh.
Bosh and Wade are friends, were teammates on the Olympic team gold medal in Beijing, dined together at times during the interview process of free agency last week in Chicago and part of that kind of project full of stars 2003 – Bosh was fourth, fifth Wade.
Now all eyes turn to the No. 1 selection in this class, LeBron James. The two-time MVP plans to say which team he will play next on ESPN on Thursday night.
Bosh, Wade and James have talked about playing together. If that plan is to be truly hatched, would have to happen in Miami.
Henry Thomas, the agent of both Bosh and Wade, did not return calls or emails from early Wednesday to the AP. Calls to Wade and two representatives for the 2006 NBA Finals MVP were not returned.
Source: The Huffington Post
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