That question has been bouncing around since the Heat won their second consecutive NBA championship. Right off the bat, that fact seems counterintuitive; why trade a Big Three member at the height of a dynasty?
However, the supposed star forward was often a major disappointment during the 2013 postseason. He became a glorified role player in terms of production as well as responsibility, to the point that his poor play eventually became commonplace.
So should the Heat look to maintain what they have, or do they look to improve on Bosh? The answer is more convoluted than you might think.