The Roar of a Raptor: Has Chris Bosh Emerged As the Problem of Toronto?

May 25th, 2010 by Albi Baraku Leave a reply »
Christopher Weston Bosh, which by the way is his full name, has easily grown into as the best player to ever throw on a Toronto Raptor uniform.

Whether it was the hideous half purple half black uniform, or the green St. Patrick's Day Uniforms.

Bosh has enhanced his game on-to another level through-out his career and the achievements and accomplishments he has reached are to hard to argue that he is not the best player in the franchise history.

"CB4" as fans like to call him, was first noticed back in his college days when he was a student at Georgia Tech.

Bosh spent just one year in College (freshman year) and was a shining star on a very below average team. The 6'10" freshman produced very impressive numbers averaging a rugged 15.6 points, nine rebounds, and two blocks per game while piling up big minutes (31 minutes per game).

If those college numbers don't convince you, well how about that he shot 56 percent from the field and an astonishing near 50 percent from long distance! (47.8 percent to be exact).

With the draft inching closer, and the Toronto Raptors having the luxury of picking fourth out of 30 t ...

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