By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer
In the 2009-2010 season, the Toronto Raptors looked like they would cruise to their third straight playoff appearance. After initial struggles, following Vince Carter’s departure, Chris Bosh got the team going. The team even won their first division title, in 2007.
Insult was added to injury, as the Raptors lost, in the first round, to Carter’s new team, the Nets. The following year, Chris Bosh’s Raptors lost to Dwight Howard’s Orlando Magic. After missing the 2010 playoffs, the longtime Raptor signed with the Miami Heat, as did LeBron James.
Chris Bosh chose to stay, after rumors of signing with Houston, in 2014, but health issues plagued him until 2016, when he played his last game. In his appearance, on “First Take,” this morning, Chris Bosh spoke on coming back to the NBA, saying he’s not done. He even indicated wanting to return to Toronto, which is also rumored to be pursuing Vince Carter, but also mentioned Houston and Golden State.
Watch the entire interview below:
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