“I was coming from Toronto, a benign situation,” Bosh says. “I figured, ‘All right, people are going to understand why I went, and they are going to like me.’ That’s all I cared about — that people liked me. “I go there, and I’m smiling, and everyone is scowling at me. The whole LeBron ‘Decision’ had everybody so mad. I don’t know why, but I caught so many stray bullets being around it. Then we lost [in the 2011 NBA Finals to Dallas], and people were dogging me. I started to get pretty bitter.”
Bosh is still battling both physical (blood clots) and psychological issues as he hopes to return to the NBA in the near future. The entire basketball community is getting behind him here, and hopefully he is able to overcome these hurdles and come back as a renewed man. (via. )
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Demar Derozan speaking out. He’s become a league advocate for mental health awareness, and now several players including @kevinlove have also spoken out. Great work for a great cause which goes to show that even people making $30-40 million a year are normal people just like us. #speakout
I Miami Heat si aspettano un anno di riscatto da James Johnson che ha giocato tutta la scorsa sagione con un ernia inguinale senza fermarsi. Durante i Playoffs è uscita la notizia che ci stesse convivendo da Febbraio ma le ultime parlano di un problema più serio e definitivamente risolto con intervento chirurgico. In genere, per recuperare da un infortunio simile ci vogliono dalle 9-12 settimane ed è molto sconsigliato giocarci sopra.
Mark Bartelstein, agente del giocatore : “ Ha giocato nonostante un infortunio che lo ha sicuramente limitato. Non ci sono persone più toste di James, la sua soglia del dolore è qualcosa che non ho mai visto prima. “