Chris Bosh: “This is a Business..Loyalty Should Play No Role”

Even though Chris Bosh is the Marc Gordon of the South Beach NWO’s Levert, I do agree with what he said in regards to business and loyalty in a recent Sports Illustrated interview.

Check out the quote:

It should have none. Loyalty is an added bonus. It’s great that some guys want to be loyal, but you can be unhappy trying to be loyal, and there’s no reason to bring loyalty into the business room. … People have to look at it as a business. Fans get very wrapped around it because it’s a sport. And sports are a little different but they’re businesses first and that’s how we have to choose sometimes. Sometimes people understand, sometimes people don’t.

If you really think about it, maybe Bosh aka Kevin Nash is the smartest member of the South Beach NWO.

Think about until this year free agency period did anyone besides die hard NBA fans know Chris Bosh?

Bosh was smart enough to know going to Cleveland with Lebron was not beneficial to his career (or clubbing).

He hooked up with D Wade and basically put Lebron in a spot to where he could either join them or have to go against them.

With that pressure Lebron caved and became part of the “group”.

Now everyone knows Bosh, he is chilling on South Beach and is consider a franchise player to casual fans when in reality he is a taller Carlos Boozer (and Boozer was offended by that).

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4 thoughts on “Chris Bosh: “This is a Business..Loyalty Should Play No Role”

  • What went down in Miami this NBA offseason clearly showed that pro sports is nothing more than another arm of reality TV. Pro sports on TV are TV shows, like Law & Order, Two and a Half Men, Grey's Anatomy, etc. The last thing we should expect in pro sports nowadays is loyalty. The owners are not the most loyal, so why should we expect players. In Bosh's case, from the opening tip of the 2009-10 season, we knew there was no chance he was going to extend his career with the Raptors. He has been talking about playing with people's emotions and loyalty shouldn't play a role. Sports is no longer about endearing oneself to a community and playing an entire career in one city. It is about setting up oneself to be as much a star off the playing field as on the playing field. Bosh did just that for himself this offseason.

    • I can't disagree with that.

  • Chris Bosh is widely known in the NBA among even mildly versed fans, but not for his skills. Probably because when you start a sentence with "Toronto Raptors", the only two notable names that come to mind are Vince Carter & Chris Bosh.

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