Bosh's main fault in this upcoming summer and his free agency standard has, unfortunately for him, had nothing to do with his game.
Bosh is today's most under-appreciated and underrated star, and putting himself in a class with players like James and Wade only hurt his chance at a maximum deal.
The other factor that will lower his prospects has been the recent choking episode the Raptors have endured. Going 3-7 in the last 10 games, 10 crucial games for a good spot in the playoffs, has classified him as a better player than leader.
Not what a team wants in today's game.
Nonetheless, many teams would love him as a big man who can easily be the best player on a championship-caliber team.
The Knicks have basically been told that they will fail in the realization of getting 'Bron or Wade, and will most likely keep McGrady, a player many stars would like to play with.
Bosh, in desperate need of fans after playing in front of a lowly fan base in Toronto, could easily be attracted to playing in NY, home to one of the largest fan bases and salary caps.
The idea of playing with D'Antoni will help, and him joining New York could easily push the team into the playoffs with a better cast than the likes of which he had in Toronto.
Bosh is hungry for appreciation, and a Big Apple could fill him up easily.