Chris Bosh got to see LeBron James' skills up close and personal when he played with him for four seasons on the Miami Heat. So he can offer a unique opinion on his play and what his legacy will be.
As Bosh sees it, LeBron changed what it means to be the greatest of all time based on how long he's been playing at a high level.
“To replace LeBron as the GOAT, someone will have to play 18+ years of prime basketball”— Masked In LA 🎭 (@MaskedInLA) September 15, 2022
- Chris Bosh
“We all have our dreams of how things are gonna go and how your career is gonna be played out. To actually watch him do it, I think one, we’re not gonna appreciate it until he’s done playing," said Bosh on All The Smoke podcast. "And it’s gonna be a dangerous new norm for any other player who wants to be the GOAT. You’re at least gonna have to have 18 years of prime.”
LeBron recently signed a two-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers for $97.1 million, so he won't be retiring anytime soon.
Do you think that he'll accomplish his dream of playing in the NBA with his two sons, Bronny and Bryce?