In the morning, we will post my 35-minute conversation with former Heat forward Chris Bosh, on everything from cologne to controversy to glory.
And we will insert the link here, so you can listen to all of it, on Apple or Android.
But here’s one clip that may get some attention.
Bosh has never been shy about sharing his opinions; he doesn’t do it to create a stir, he just is incapable of anything but authenticity. So it wasn’t surprising that, when asked about the Heat’s “Kids” — generally classified as Justise Winslow, Josh Richardson, Bam Adebayo and recently Derrick Jones Jr. — Bosh shared his true feelings.
And it’s good.
But it speaks to where the Heat organization stands.
Here’s the clip:
And if you want an even shorter synopsis of that, here it is:
Chris Bosh on Heat's Kids:
"The upside is tremendous, but it's on the players… That was one of the things I was disappointed in w/ the guys, I didn't feel anyone was really taking the bull by the horns to be the new leader. You know, Dwyane is leaving, guys." @5ReasonsSports
— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) May 21, 2019
But listen to the whole podcast.
Bosh, as a talker, is still the best.