In an appearance on First Things First on FS1, a two-time NBA champion Chris Bosh, who hasn’t played in the league since 2016 due to blood-clotting issues, remembered his time with the Toronto Raptors:
“I couldn’t imagine winning a championship in Toronto because how they treat me and we didn’t win anything. … To leave, it’s not easy at all. The people and the love that that place gives out. Toronto was a great start for me, some of the best fans in the world,” Bosh said.
The 35-year-old forward averaged 19.2 points along with 8.5 rebounds per contest with the Raptors and Miami Heat.