But when has this not been the case? It hasn't been the case because it was reported earlier that Bosh to Miami was a "done deal." In this game there is no such thing.
Ultimately, it comes down to this. If Bosh wants major money he has to accept a sign and trade. In order for him to go to Cleveland, there has to be a salary match, meaning the Cavs strip themselves of players on their roster. Are the Raptors really pumped about a Jamison/Mo Williams situation for example? Maybe if Isiah Thomas were running them (sorry Zeke)...but logically I can't see that. Do the Raptors want Michael Beasley? Not from what I'm gathering.
What about the Nets? Interesting. They are a possibility. Can Bosh and Lebron end up in Newark? Again, that's a big wild card still in play.
Chicago? Well, if the Heat strike out with a big can Wade stay in South Beach?
Again, with Amar'e out of the mix, the market on bigs now has a brighter spotlight. It's Bosh's move...as it's always seemed to be.
Also, for a great article on the Amar'e/Bosh debate, head to CBSsportsline...