Miami (AP) – Chris Bosh enjoyed just about every second of his jampacked offseason.
Nonetheless, he’s ready to go back to work for another title run together with his buddies Dwayne Wade and Lebron James.
Chris Bosh said Saturday that he expects the Miami Heat to reconvene sometime soon, even though the NBA lockout has entered its third month with no apparent ending in sight. This would ordinarily be the time of year where most players start ramping up workouts anyway, and Bosh said he will be ready whether training camps begin on time or not.
“We’re going to make some plans. We’re going to plan to do something,” Bosh said in a telephone interview from Los Angeles. “I think just getting around each other, I think it’s important as far as team-building is concerned and just getting something going. We’re pretty much still in the process of doing that.”
Chris Bosh was making an appearance Saturday with fans to help promote the video game “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. “Kevin Love of Minnesota Timberwolves and Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics were among the group of other NBA players involved with the event.
Chris Bosh said he used to play “a lot of video games” when he was younger, and said he still dabbles when his schedule allows.
“It’s cool to do cool things,” Bosh said.