This is a steep price?

If were actually a realistic scenario, the Cavaliers would be stupid not to do this:

At some point, Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo will likely catch on to Bosh’s objective and try to trade him.

As many fans realize, he would be a perfect candidate for the Cavs’ front court, which needs an overhaul. He could move in at power forward next to center Zydrunas Ilgauskas. During crunch time, Bosh can shift over and play the “5” spot.

But before anyone gets too excited about the possibility, it’s going to be extremely difficult to pry Bosh loose from the Raptors. The Cavs don’t have a ton of assets.

In the best-case scenario, the Cavs could deal forward/center Anderson Varejao (in a sign-and-trade), guard Delonte West and contract fodder for Bosh. The Raptors might even want a draft pick.

That’s a very steep price for a player who could become a free agent after one season.

Steep price? Really? A power forward with limited offensive game, an undersized shooting guard, contract fodder (Ben Wallace? Boobie?) and a late round draft pick? All for Chris fucking Bosh? Yes, please.

The Cavs would have LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Mo Williams. At that point you just plug in role players. And if he gets paired up with Mr. James, I doubt Bosh is going anywhere.

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