Found August 24, 2012 on PRO HOOPS CENTRAL:
Although the Miami Heat, will enter the upcoming campaign as the reigning NBA champions, at least one member of their squad looks at an opponent as the team to beat next season. The “South Florida Sun Sentinel” reported that starting big man Chris Bosh told a Miami area radio station on Friday that he is very impressed with the moves the Los Angeles Lakers have made this summer. The veteran was a guest on WQAM, Friday morning when he revealed his evaluation of clubs heading into next season. Bosh told his hosts “The Lakers, I think, right now, I mean on paper, they probably have the best team in the West and probably the league right now. On paper. I’m saying on paper. But it’s a lot, a lot, it’s a long season. And the best team always isn’t the one who starts out the season as the best team. We know we’re the champs, but we have to start off from scratch. We have a lot of chemistry building to do. And we have to come out there and we have to start over. We know favorites and all...
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