Pay per head sportsbooks saw that for some time, Chris Bosh hinted that he has no intentions to go anywhere after turning into a free agent next month, and over the last two days, the Miami Heat center made his strongest statements on his wish to continue playing with the team.
On Tuesday, in an interview that the player had with Dan LeBatard’s ESPN Radio show in Miami, Bosh said that he wants to continue playing with the Heat, and pay per head sportsbooks could see that many fans were very happy to learn about this.
“I don’t want to go anywhere. I like it here. It’s Miami,” Bosh said. “Everybody wants to come here. Yeah.”
The player who’s a big favourite with pay per head sportsbooks has $42 million and two seasons left on his contract with Miami, but he can choose to leave before June 30 to turn into an unrestricted free agent.
Price per head services found out that Bosh, who this year made his eighth All-Star team and could have several suitors like the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks if he becomes a free agent, could sign a five-year deal worth over $100 million. Pay per head sportsbooks know that the player could also accept less than the maximum contract to sign in Miami, like he did in 2010, when he accepted, taking a $110 million, six-year deal with the opt out this summer.
Bosh said that he was open to that option again, saying: “If that’s what it takes.”
The player reiterated his position after Miami’s shootaround on Wednesday before Game 5 against the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference finals.
“I’m serious, but that’s for later conversation,” Bosh said. “I’m going to concentrate on this right now and leave that for later business.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks also know that LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, fellow Heat stars, also have contract opt outs before June 30. Both of the players said that they won’t decide until after the season ends.