Buyer's Guide: Chris Bosh
He might not be a No. 1 option, but Bosh can -- and should -- command a max deal
For the next few weeks, ESPN Insider will be analyzing NBA free agents not named LeBron James (we covered him pretty extensively a few weeks ago, and there's even more coming every day on the LeBron Tracker) to try and get a handle on what they're really worth to the teams chasing them this summer. We begin today with Toronto big man Chris Bosh.
Chris Bosh would be the grand prize in most offseasons, but the tantalizing prospect of his partnering up with Dwyane Wade or LeBron James suggests he couldn't succeed landing on a team without another superstar. But he can, so long as he goes somewhere with the right type of talent.
To see what Chris Bosh is really worth -- including assessments from NBA executives, next-level stats and scouting reports of how he'd fit on various teams -- plus a recommendation for where he should land this summer, you must be an ESPN Insider.
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Insider's NBA free agent Buyer's Guides
ESPN Insider is analyzing NBA free agents not named LeBron James (we've already covered him pretty extensively, and there's even more coming every day on the LeBron Tracker) to determine their true market value and best/worst landing spots.
CHRIS BOSH | FULL REPORT
Bosh can succeed so long as he goes somewhere with the right type of talent.
CARLOS BOOZER | FULL REPORT
Not only does Boozer punish opponents, he also tends to get himself hurt -- a lot.
AMARE STOUDEMIRE | FULL REPORT
The book may finally be out on Stoudemire: He's as electric as he is one-dimensional.
DIRK NOWITZKI | FULL REPORT
Nowitzki will almost certainly play in Dallas next season. But he'll come at a steep price.
DAVID LEE | FULL REPORT
Lee will get one lucky team Stoudemire-like production for a fraction of the cost.
DWYANE WADE | FULL REPORT
You can't question his production, but you have to worry about his body breaking down.
JOE JOHNSON | FULL REPORT
He can score on the wing, but at age 28, can a team really justify giving him a max contract?
RUDY GAY | FULL REPORT
The 23-year-old restricted free agent might be the biggest enigma on the market.
RAY ALLEN | FULL REPORT
While he is in the twilight of his career, there is always a market for a pure shooter.
BARGAIN BIN | FULL REPORT
There are many other ways for teams to improve beyond the max free agents.