LeBron James wants to come back to the Cavaliers, and he is hoping one of his friends comes with him – Chris Bosh. That, according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard this morning on Mike and Mike. Broussard said that part of James’ delay in making an announcement is his attempt to lure Bosh to the Cavaliers with him.
That, of course, would require a sign-and-trade agreement with the Toronto Raptor:
Bosh had reportedly stated that, while he did want to play with James, it had to be in Chicago or Miami. Bosh wants to grow is brand, and feels that can only happen in a bigger market. Perhaps, but Bosh should look no further than LeBron himself to see that big cities are no longer necessary when it comes to global icon status.
“It can happen, it’s just a matter of convincing Chris Bosh to agree to it,” Broussard said on the show, referring to the Cavaliers ability to strike a deal with the Raptors.
Hypothetically, any deal the Cavaliers make with Toronto would likely include multiple picks and players such as Anderson Varejao, J.J. Hickson and Delonte West.