Jun 8, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh answers questions during a press conference after the game against the San Antonio Spurs in game two of the 2014 NBA Finals at AT&T Center. The Heat beat the Spurs 98-96. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Free Agency 2014: Chris Bosh wants to remain in Miami

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As the Big 3’s future in Miami seems a bit shaky at the moment, one factor seems to be consistent: Chris Bosh doesn’t really want to leave the Miami Heat.

Bosh made it know in late May during the NBA Playoffs that being in Miami is where he wants to be.

“I don’t want to go anywhere. I like it here. It’s Miami,” Bosh said. “Everybody wants to come here. Yeah.”

Looking at how the Big 3 has operated in free agency–mostly through sources–there seems to be some unexpected synergy between LeBron James and Chris Bosh. If James decides to return to the Heat, Bosh will likely do the same as Woj reported earlier today.

“Bosh is back in a second if LeBron commits,” one league source involved in the dialogue told Yahoo Sports.

For now, Bosh has remained committed to finding a way to make things work in Miami, sources told Yahoo Sports, and continues to work with Heat management to find creative financial ways to upgrade the roster

But if James bolts, Bosh will follow in his footsteps, taking greener pastures over comfort in Miami. These last few days, reports have emerged stating both the Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks, and Phoenix Suns will have their eye on Miami if Bosh chooses to go elsewhere. Considering Bosh’s status in the NBA, those two franchises won’t be the only teams looking in his direction. And wherever Bosh chooses to go, he’ll certainly land that max contract he’s reportedly coveting so much.

There’s much interest in the Heat’s Big 3 breaking up, but the signs say they’ll reunite in Miami. The real question is when will it all come into fruition.

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