Look, as much as I rag on Chris Bosh and for all his shortcomings as a prototypical power forward, he's a pretty talented player. This piece is not meant to bash him as a player; it will, however, rest heavily on the fact that he hasn't been the ideal fit for the Miami Heat.
This team is more than covered when it comes to mid-range threats, and that happens to be 80 percent of Bosh's game. He's not the most physical player around ("not the most," in this case, meaning "one of the least"), and what he lacks as a power forward just happens to be what Miami lacks as a whole.
This means there are other players who would fit in better with this team and plug more holes, and the question becomes who would make more sense paired with LeWade in exchange for Bosh?
A few ground rules for this list:
• It includes power forwards (Bosh's natural position) and centers (where Udonis Haslem could slide back into the starting four spot).
• Players must be of comparable trade value, give or take some draft picks.
• This list is not meant to comment on the likelihood of any of these theoretical deals actually going down. In fact, it will ignore any factors that preclude them.