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Dwyane Wade reacts to buddy Chris Bosh being named a Hall of Fame finalist

Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, NBA, Hall-of-Fame

Chris Bosh had an illustrious 13-year career in the NBA. Bosh was selected 4th overall by the Toronto Raptors back in 2003 out of Georgia Tech. He would spend seven seasons north of the border breaking some of the Toronto Raptors’ all-time records. Followed by six with the Miami Heat.

However, it was when he went took his talents to South Beach that he really became a household name. Part of the trio alongside LeBron James and Dwayne Wade, he would help create a dynasty that went to four straight finals, winning two championships.

Today it was announced that Bosh is a finalist for the basketball Hall-of-Fame, something his pal Wade was thrilled about.

 

Bosh joined a list headlined by himself and Paul Pierce as one of the finalists to be inducted into the basketball Hall-of-Fame.

Bosh’s resume speaks for itself. He was an 11-time All-Star, making it every year during his time in Miami. His career was cut short by a blood clotting condition that ended up with his final game being played on February 9th, 2016. Despite an attempt over three years to resume his career, he officially retired back in 2019, and his Heat jersey was later hung up in the rafters the same year. He finished with 17,189 points and 7,592 rebounds.

There is no question that Bosh’s numbers speak for itself and he should eventually go from a finalist to an inductee. He had a profound impact on two franchises and was one of the most beloved players in the league. Despite having his career cut short, he ended up being one of the most dominant power forwards of the past decade.