Houston Rockets Offer Chris Bosh Four-Year $96 Million Deal, Heat Twitter Melts Down

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And just like that, Miami Heat free agency has gone plaid.

ESPN's Chris Broussard is reporting that the Houston Rockets have offered Chris Bosh a max deal for 4 years, $96 million. In addition to that, Broussard says Bosh is considering the offer after supposedly having had a conversation with LeBron over the weekend.

Meanwhile, Yahoo! Sports reports that Bosh had direct conversations with the Rockets Monday morning, and that he prefers to stay in Miami if LeBron stays too. But, no one knows what LeBron is going to do until he meets with Pat Riley.

Naturally, Heat Twitter is having a meltdown.

See also: LeBron James to Meet With Pat Riley This Week

You can add to the growing list of noise surrounding this off-season, noise that may or may not actually matter when LeBron and Riley sit across from each other later this week.

Still. Things have officially gone off the rails.


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Dan K. Alexander
Dan K. Alexander

There are only five teams in the NBA where players don't have a state income tax. Only two of those teams have a chance at an NBA championship (the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs). If Bosh leaves, it'll be for money - nothing else. If money is the most important thing to Bosh, fuck him.

Marilyn Rc
Marilyn Rc

take the $ and run forest run...

Joey Tascone
Joey Tascone

Good bye Bosh. He is so overrated!!! I am hoping and praying he leaves and frees up all that extra cash to pick up Carmelo Anthony!!!

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Dave Pazos
Dave Pazos

I'd like him to stay in Miami but there's no way he's worth 24 million a year. We can sign Pau Gasol for 1/3 that.

Micah Lee
Micah Lee

They should get at least 4 Chris boshs for that

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