So Chris Bosh is heading to Miami to pair with Dwyane Wade.
That’s going to be a great pairing to watch.
But did you catch what Bosh said in his announcement about
the deal about how Boston’s three-star model is the preferred method of
how to go for a championship these days? If that’s what the Heat is
trying to do, does that mean that LeBron James is headed there next?
Or does that mean Carlos Boozer is the third star?
We’ll find this out Thursday, of course, when LeBron
sits down with ESPN on an hour special that smells like a high-drama
high-school recruiting battle.
One thing seems certain: the Mavericks have already won in
this thing. They have seen two of the three gigantic free-agent fish stay in
the Eastern conference. If they don’t come to Dallas, then that’s
the next-best thing.
If LeBron stays over there, too, that’s even better.