In 2010, during what has since been dubbed the “Summer of LeBron,” the Heat signed James as well as another one of Dwyane Wade’s buddies down to Miami: Chris Bosh.
The trio was dubbed the “Big 3” and won Miami back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013.
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The next summer, James decided to go back home to Northwest Ohio and bring a championship to the city of Cleveland.
In 2016, he succeeded.
LeBron Went Home To Bring Cleveland Its 1st Title In 52 Years
That summer, DWade also decided to go back to his hometown, too. But Chicago didn’t see the improvement it had hoped it would – not to any fault of Wade’s, mind you – and is in the midst of a massive rebuild.
There’s one year left on Wade’s contract, but likely his return home won’t end the same way LeBron’s did.
DWade Was Born And Raised In The Windy City
That left Bosh. Technically.
Bosh hasn’t played since February 2016 due to blood clots that cost him the second half of the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
And now, it’s time for him to move on, too.
Flip over to Page 2 for Bosh’s letter to Miami…