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Bosh is a nice player, not a great one.
It wasn't just Heat fans who bought into the Big Three concept this summer.
Chump analysts like Yahoo's Kelly Dwyer also raved about the fact that there have never been three superstars like James, Wade and Bosh on a team before.
So when Hall of Famers Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and James Worthy played together, that wasn't three "superstars?" More importantly, who made Bosh a superstar?
There's a reason Toronto couldn't trade the guy. And believe me, they tried.
Fact is, Bosh wouldn't have even cracked the starting lineup of the 80's Celtics and Lakers. He would have been a sixth man like Cedric Maxwell, at best.
A guy waving a towel on the end of the bench when the game was one the line.
Last night showed what you're going to get most of the 2010-2011 season. James is going to control the ball. Wade will probably get his.
And Bosh? Well, he better learn how to rebound and play defense.
Which makes him what? A higher-paid Udonis Haslem.