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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*)
Initially curious, Chris Bosh’s pivot into an Austin-based music producer isn’t surprising. Consider the constant rejiggering of the 11-time All-Star and two-time NBA champion’s basketball livelihood, especially during his lengthy tenure with the Miami Heat (2010-17). Texan by way of Hutchins outside of Dallas, he’s no stranger to pushing through obstacles. Thrust into a “Heatles” spotlight alongside LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, Bosh, who already enjoyed perennial superstar status as a Toronto Raptor, became the trio member obliged to alter his game for the greater good. “Not only did I have to reinvent myself when I got to the Heat, but I also had to reinvent myself every year,” he said over Zoom locally late last year.
As a low-risk, high-reward creatives’ haven, Austin is where you come to try some shit out, a place where musical failures aren’t counted if even a ledger ever existed. Should his label and music experiment fail, no penalty will be levied within Capital City confines. He’d be another monied, retired athlete trying his hand at music, as so many have before. No harm, no foul, if the parlance can be allowed. “I want at least to get in there and go for it,” he says. “It’s been a challenge, but it has been worth it. We established the record label more than a year ago. It takes time to start establishing yourself and build those relationships.”
You wrote a book with Ryan Holiday, Letters to a Young Athlete, coming out in June. Chris Bosh: It’s my reflections on what helped me get through situations, giving examples from players like LeBron [James] and Dwyane [Wade], Shane Battier, and Candice Parker, who’s a living legend in the game. A lot of good friends and ex-teammates. It provides examples of putting the work in, having a rigid mindset, and visualizing success. I’m taking those principles and my own experiences and breaking them down into stories. It’s kind of a manual for anyone striving for something.