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Chris Bosh
Chris Bosh
Position: -
Born: 03/24/84
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Earnings: $242,110,053 ($271,386,003*)
Wade’s relationship with the Heat has endured despite ups and downs along the way. Chris Bosh’s enshrinement into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September helped bring Wade and Heat brass together again. “In due time, things heal,” Wade said. “We’ve been through a lot. To spend that much time together, I think I posted a picture talking about that we’re like a family. We argue, we may not speak for two years. We do all the things. But when we’re together, we love each other. I can’t wait to be around those guys again. It’s always that way. But life goes on, too, and I’m in that life moves on phase with business.”
Chris Bosh: I’ll be honest: I left everything on the court with that speech. But that’s not to say I didn’t leave a thing or two out. Not on purpose—it’s just that when you’re trying to fit a lifetime of gratitude into a speech, there’s always going to be something—or someone—you end up kicking yourself for not mentioning. For me, that person is my agent Henry Thomas. A kind, thoughtful, honest man in an industry that doesn’t always reward those traits, Hank became a role model from the moment he signed me—and even though he’s gone, I still often find myself asking: “What would Hank do?”
Chris Bosh: After I ended up in Toronto, Hank would visit at least once every month. Depending on where I was at, we’d shoot the shit or have a tough conversation about the future, the kind I couldn’t imagine having with anyone else. When I think about the life-altering decisions I made throughout my career, there’s always a moment with Hank—a dinner, a phone call—to go along with it, one that helped me get to the point of making that choice in the first place. Same thing goes for the mistakes. I could always count on Hank to give it to me straight in the aftermath of a misstep. I can hear him saying Yeah, man, you messed up in my head, clear as day: nothing on it, no spin or judgment, just a simple fact. I’ve come across plenty of people in positions like Hank’s over the course of my career, and I promise you many of them wouldn’t be able to do the same, because they put themselves before everything and everyone else. Hank never did.
The nine-member 2022 class to be inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame next spring includes a pair of legendary Olympians, three NBA stars, a Heisman Trophy winner and one of the best NFL defensive linemen to ever play the game. The star-studded group, which was revealed Tuesday afternoon, is headlined by phenomenal long jumper Bob Beamon, NBA stars Chris Bosh, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker and NFL Hall of Fame defensive lineman Michael Strahan.