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article imageLakers, Mavericks, Rockets aiming to sign Chris Bosh

By Gordon K. Chan     May 5, 2010 in Sports
Toronto - Los Angeles, Dallas and Houston would like NBA power forward Chris Bosh to sign with their teams this summer. The Raptors all-star is considered one of the most desirable acquisitions in the off-season.
When free-agent-to-be Chris Bosh tweeted "should I stay or should I go?", several western conference NBA teams hope for the latter and eagerly line up to acquire the Toronto all-star forward.
"Everything [the Rockets] hope to accomplish this off-season begins with the acquisition of Bosh," writes The Houston Chronicle.
Houston refers to Bosh as a "key piece", and signing the Raptor is the club's first priority to address their need for front-court depth. The Rockets believe that Bosh will play alongside centre Yao Ming, who is expected to recover from a foot injury and will return to play soon.
Los Angeles is linked to signing Bosh and the Lakers may try to deal their young 22 year-old, seven footer Andrew Bynum, reports ESPN
NBC writes that Dallas' all-star Dirk Nowitzki may part ways in a team shake-up. Signing the 26 year-old Bosh, a Dallas native, will "bring him home". Conversely, Nowitzki will be given a "fresh start" and an opportunity for the Raptors to "collect another European player".
Chris Bosh had career-high statistics in the 2009-2010 season averaging 24 points, 10 rebounds and shot almost 52 percent in the field.
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