Bosh upset with Heat
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The breakup between Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat organization doesn’t look like it’s going to be a pretty one. The 11-time NBA All-Star revealed he was not happy with the way things e
The breakup between Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat organization doesn’t look like it’s going to be a pretty one.
The 11-time NBA All-Star revealed he was not happy with the way things e
“I didn’t see my career in Miami ending like this,” Bosh said on the Uninterrupted digital network. “I didn’t get a call or a text or anything like that. I mean, it’s a business. We understand that. We always say those things. But if you say certain things to the person and you win championships and you have these moments, you don’t want to find things out through the media.”
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Heat president Pat Riley announced that the team was no longer working toward Bosh’s return an hour before the start of training camp. Bosh failed the team’s physical a week before and has missed the second half of each of the last two seasons with blood clot issues. Riley reportedly attempted to contact Bosh prior to making his announcement without success.
“I want to tell Miami, everybody in Miami, this not how I planned it to be,” Bosh said. “They don’t want to hear Dwyane [Wade] is gone. They don’t want to hear, ‘Oh, yeah, Chris is never going to play for the Miami Heat again.’ I just feel for the fans. I wanted to give them more. I wanted to give them something better. Because they deserve better than what they’re getting right now.”
Bosh vowed that he would be back in the NBA.
“That does not mean my NBA career is over,” Bosh said. “There’s 29 other teams, it’s a whole league. One team does not make up the opinion of everything.”