Chris Bosh "tweaked" his hamstring in a golf tournament that I assume was either this morning or yesterday. Either way, this is causing some worry among Raptors fans.
But, we must remember that he was playing golf and, unless someone whipped a golf club at his leg, I can't imagine it's anything but minor.
If worse were to come to worst, and a month from now it's the Raptors season opener and Bosh still can't play, this is where the team's versatility comes into play. I can't say i'm that worried about the extent of Bosh's injury, but we must remember that there is always a plan B.
I expect Bosh suffered the injury because he has been vigorously training all summer and is not yet comfortable and used to his new body and weight. If you've worked out before (which I assume you all have), you know it wears you down and you become sore until you find your comfort level.
Chris, if you're reading this, which I doubt you are (but anything's possible), I expect that you've already had a million people asking you on Twitter about this. You might already be used to this, but just know there is at least one Raptor fan who's not rushing to conclusions and worrying.
Update: Alright, some sources are saying it was not during a golf game. But, rather he injured it while practising some drills with the Raptors and had previously injured it doing workouts in Dallas.
I don't know which one it is, but, regardless he's injured it and I don't think it's anything that severe.