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Im Confused....Bosh?

I'm a Tad Confused....Hear me out:

Chris Bosh for Andrew Bynum.....people dislike that?

I'm sorry Toronto fans- He's leaving. There is no chance in Hades he's staying in Toronto. Why not lock up a potential Franchise Center and maybe see if LA would throw in a pick? Can someone tell me a better deal for Bosh? Houston's Deal? No. I would take Andrew Bynum over Aaron Brooks, Carl Landry.

Why are the Raptors flaking?


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Toronto already said they

Toronto already said they will only trade Bosh at the trade deadline or in a summer sign and trade deal if Bosh tells the Raptors he has no intentions signing with the Raptors. I think the Raptors are going to wait it out and see all the best offers they can receive until the trade deadline. If Raptors start playing well and they actually win a playoff round, then Bosh will stay with the Raptors.

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Bosh is not staying in

Bosh is not staying in Toronto.

Even if they make a playoff push- Everyone gets a year older. Why not team up with a Bosh in Miami or a Gallo in NY or even Durant in OKC where the future is bright?

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okc

jeff green and others to match up contracts for bosh

bosh durant and westbrook, great trio

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they dont need to match

they dont need to match contracts... okc will have cap space...

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Just move the whole team

Would it make a difference if the team was in the states? I would think so. Bring them down to St Louis or Pittsburgh. Solve the whole problem. Canada is for hockey

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People just assuming Bosh is

People just assuming Bosh is leaving toronto. He loves the city, but just wants 2 win. The team is trying 2 help him out and bring in more talent but i just think its the coaching. Bosh will sign a 3 year extension . He hasn't really showed that he wants 2 be traded.

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Bosh is leaving...I haven't

Bosh is leaving...I haven't heard no reason why he would stay

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As a laker fan, I would

As a laker fan, I would rather they hold onto BYnum. Bynum provides the toughness and defense and size bosh wouldn't. Lakers don't need more help scoring. Bynum has been playing great the last couple games with pau out. Stick with him and he makes a lot less money then bosh will demand.

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darkman97

As a Toronto resident, the fan base for the Raptors definitely has to be top 5. The fans up here are amazing and are better fans than most teams out there ( i.e Grizzlies, Nets ). Our games are always packed and we have great fan support even through the rough times. Youtube videos of Raptor playoff games against the Nets or the Magic and you'll see.

Moving the Raptors, not going to happen.

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You said a keyword there:

You said a keyword there: Playoff

Name a year where u saw a playoff game with a empty crowd?

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haha I love how the Toronto

haha I love how the Toronto fan above mentioned that the Toronto fans are great when Orlando and New Jersey are in town. Those games are sold out so u guys can boo Vince Carter haha. Anyways I wouldn't do that trade if I were the Lakers. Bynum provides size and toughness on the low block. Bosh and Gasol are both finesse players. Bynum is perfect for the Lakers, but anyways the Raptors should trade him. No frickin way he stays in Toronto

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RE Toronto

I think he meant when you watch games in NJ and Memphis. The Staduim is empty , not meaning when the go up to canada. Id like to see Bosh To NJ

TO Raptors- Bobby Simmons , CDR, and YI

TO Nets- BOSH

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RE Toronto

I think he meant when you watch games in NJ and Memphis. The Staduim is empty , not meaning when the go up to canada. Id like to see Bosh To NJ

TO Raptors- Bobby Simmons , CDR, and YI

TO Nets- BOSH

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Give me one good reason why

Give me one good reason why the Raptors would take back garbage for Bosh. What are the worst options by holding on to Bosh. At worst, Bosh chooses to leave and they will work a sign-and-trade and get better than Douglas-Roberts and Yi. NBA stars in their prime aren't taking less money to leave an organization they don't despise, and this doesn't involve the Clippers or Warriors in any way. Who have been the big names to leave their teams? Rashard Lewis, sign-and-trade. Hedo, sign-and-trade. Joe Johnson, sign-and-trade. Nash left without a sign-and-trade, but Dallas didn't intend on keeping him which was showed by their drafting Devin Harris before the free agent season. They took the money they saved and traded for JET, a guy they wanted. I don't think people here grasp that taking back a center with multiple knee surgeries and inconsistent production who is due $45 million over the next three years is not appealing.

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having no reason to stay

having no reason to stay isn't a reason to leave, he gets as many shots as he wants and he gets ok national attention and i believe has been to a couple all star games. If that is my situation i'm a happy camper.

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Bosh wouldn't fit well with

Bosh wouldn't fit well with OKC.. He would get in Durant's way and want a lot of touches that belong to Durant. Plus, I think he wouldn't be good chemistry wise either. They should keep the same team that they have now for a long time.

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