Although it has been two seasons since he left the NBA, Bosh’s contract is actually until June 2019
The 30th just ended.
After countless attempts to come back, he finally succumbed to fate and said goodbye to the NBA after the Heat hung his No. 1 jersey high above the arena.
Life is always bigger than basketball. On July 17, the former NBA All-Star specially showed his affection to celebrate his 8th marriage anniversary. Bosh, who is 2.11 meters tall, and his wife, who is 1.5 meters tall, have entered the marriage hall for 8 years and raised 5 children together
“8 years ago today I made the most important decision of my life. Happy 8th Wedding Anniversary! When I look back, how lucky I was to marry the woman of my dreams, my best friend, and
My other half.” Bosh said affectionately to his wife’s confession on social media, “You are the person I love the most, and I am by your side, watching you take care of our beautiful 5 children and the entire family.
You grow together every day and it makes me a blessing to have you in my life. I love our journey together, I am the luckiest man in the world and I will spend my life with you!”
Although Bosh won two championships, his career has regrets that make people sigh.
After the Big Three of the Heat declared the end because James returned to the Cavaliers, the Heat immediately gave the Dragon King Bosh the largest contract in team history of 118 million US dollars for five years. Obviously, the Miami team has regarded this 30-year-old power forward as a team building
When the “Little Three” finally got more ball rights, Bosh returned to the team by averaging 25.7 points, 11.3 rebounds and 4 assists in the first three games of the season, and his three-point shooting percentage was as high as 54.5%.
Bosh was having his best season in Miami, but it was cut short by a sudden illness that ruled him out for the remainder of the season after 44 games with a blood clot in his lung.
After treatment, Bosh took the risk to stand on the NBA court again, but after 53 games in the 2015-16 season, the blood clotting in the lungs again made him reimbursed for the second season, although Bosh repeatedly insisted on continuing his career.
NBA career, but because of the risk of life-threatening, the Heat did not give him another chance. Bosh, who has always been lively, cheerful, and humorous, even complained about the team’s decision!
In the end, the Heat cut him, and Bosh was extremely reluctant to lie down and enjoy the salary of about $49 million for the remaining two seasons.
Yes, he is not reconciled. When he roared “COME ON” again at the lunar suit retirement ceremony in March 2019, you may still feel that unwillingness.
When fans ridicule James’ Heat career, they will say that his success is due to the disgraceful “Big Three”, and when talking about the Heat’s Big Three, fans will say that Bosh is a fake giant who makes up the numbers.
When Bosh was the “little three” in the Heat, many fans probably forgot that he had won 20 10 for many years, and he was the well-deserved “Dragon King” of the Raptors. They forgot that Bosh helped the Heat on the offensive and defensive ends
Everyone ridiculed Bosh’s “miracle” of 0 points in the 2013 Finals G7 life-and-death battle, and this shameful battle in the eyes of fans is precisely the battle Bosh is most proud of.
Facing the “old” Duncan of the Spurs, Bosh contributed 0 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 block in the life-and-death battle.
“I think this is the proudest moment of my career,” Bosh said. “I didn’t score, but I still fought on the court to the last minute.”
Using Bosh’s example to inspire his teammates to fight bravely, LeBron told them that even if he didn’t score, Bosh still made a contribution, opening up space for him and Wadela, allowing them to score 60 points together.
Yes, from the uncompromising Dragon King to the “little three” of the new team, Bosh’s sacrifice is obvious. It was his forbearance and sacrifice that allowed the Big Three to enter the finals and win the championship twice.
Many ridiculed Bosh to win the championship lying down, but forgot that there would be no tiebreaker without Bosh, because the Spurs almost settled the battle in the sixth game!
With 5.8 seconds left in Game 6 of the Finals, Bosh rebounded off James’ 3-pointer and passed the ball to Ray Allen in the corner, who duly made the clutch shot.
, dragging the game into overtime.
And Bosh, who grabbed a rebound at a critical moment, sent two crucial blocks at the last minute of overtime, completely ruining the Spurs’ hope of a comeback.
Even after the Heat laid off Bosh, the Dragon King still didn’t give up. He was eager to return to the game, and seemed extremely reluctant to “take for nothing” 49 million US dollars!
He persisted in training, he sought every opportunity, and he emphasized countless times that he had not retired. This state persisted for almost 3 years, and in the end he still had to accept the fact that life is greater than basketball.
Before the day when the Heat retired his jersey on March 7, 2019, Bosh chose to let go. “I’m about to retire. Has anyone officially announced their retirement while retiring the jersey? Has no one done it?”
Many fans feel sorry for Bosh. Does the Dragon King, who fits the small ball era, have the potential to overwhelm the world?
This is probably life, it is always full of beauty, and it will never be able to put an end to shortcomings.
Send blessings to the Dragon King, and also send blessings to every ordinary person like you and me who live seriously.