The NBA trade rumors are becoming more and more interesting as the regular season draws closer. With the NBA season set to start in less than a month, many fans are looking at the intriguing rumors and storylines surfacing about their favorite teams. Chris Bosh has certainly been a huge part of the NBA offseason as his ongoing issues with blood clots and the Miami Heat have made headlines. Now, Heat President Pat Riley has confirmed that the former All-star?s career with Miami is over so the question now stands as to where Bosh will be traded.
The offseason for Chris Bosh has been a rollercoaster?ride to say the least. At first, it was believed that the Miami Heat organization was warming up to the idea that he could play on blood thinners that would be out of his system by the start of each game. This is due to the ongoing clotting issue that the forward is facing.
Recently though Miami revealed that Bosh had failed the team physical and that the team has not cleared him for any basketball activity. This is a huge blow for Bosh who is looking forward to getting back on the court.
In a recent statement, Heat President Pat Riley confirmed what many insiders have been speculating that Bosh?s career with Miami is over. In a report from the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Pat Riley released a statement saying that the franchise considers Bosh?s career with the team as over and that Miami is not working on his return.
This is surely a very dramatic twist in the story of Chris Bosh in Miami, as the forward delivered two championships to the city with the help of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. With Wade signing with the Chicago Bulls a couple of months ago and Bosh?s impending departure, it appears the core of the Heat championship team is all but gone.
With this development, many fans are surely asking as to where Chris Bosh could get traded. One potential team that could offer Miami an appealing offer is Boston. The Celtics have been rumored to be targeting several power forwards such as Blake Griffin, Nerlens Noel and Jahlil Okafor. With Bosh looking to hit the trade market soon he could be their next target.
Aside from Boston, the Sacramento Kings would certainly be a good trade partner too. The Kings are looking to unload Rudy Gay via trade based on early rumors. Surely the veteran swingman can help fill the void left behind by the departure of Wade and shooter Joe Johnson during the offseason.
It is still too early to tell exactly where Bosh will land this season. Be sure to check back here soon to find out more news and updates about this developing situation.