According to the American gossip website “TMZ”, in the summer of 2014, LeBron James chose to leave the Heat and return to the Cavaliers. In an interview, Heat star Chris Bosh said that LeBron James informed him via text message that at that time, Bosh thought they would make a comeback after losing the finals.

No one likes to receive that kind of terrible breakup text message, but Chris Bosh received such a message in 2014. James told himself that he would leave Miami. Bosh admitted that he had made his decision to James in the first place. very angry.

In a recent show hosted by Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, Bosh revealed how James left the Heat and returned to Cleveland. “He sent me a text message,” Bosh said with a smile, “I thought he was talking nonsense, but 10 minutes later, the news was everywhere, and I didn’t understand it at the time.”

“At that time, my thought was that I was ready to regroup because we just lost the finals,” Bosh continued. “So we wanted to reintegrate to win, but the result was not the case.”

Bosh said it took him several months to get out of James’ decision to leave, but Bosh then added, “That’s good for everyone.” During the Big Three teaming up, the Heat won the championship in 2012 and 2013, and after returning to the Cavaliers, James brought Cleveland the first championship trophy in team history. And now, the three are still in a very good relationship.

In the summer of 2014, Bosh jumped out of his contract and became a free agent. In July of that year, he and the Heat reached a 5-year maximum salary contract worth US$118 million, which was also the highest salary in the history of the Heat. A contract.

However, during the 2016 All-Star Weekend, Bosh found a blood clot and left the NBA. After Bosh was found to have a blood clot, the Heat did not dare to let him play because of his serious illness. He was waived on July 5, 2017. But Bosh thought he could still play and wanted to play in the NBA again. Try to come back. In the summer of 2018, after learning that LeBron James might join the Lakers, he also expressed his willingness to join his former teammates. But after successive failed comeback attempts, Bosh finally chose to retire.

In his career, Bosh was selected to the All-Star 11 times and won the NBA Shooting Star championship three times. Throughout his NBA career, he averaged 35.8 minutes per game, scored 19.2 points, 8.5 rebounds, and 2 assists, and shot 49.4% from the field.

By Ethan

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