Former teammates Chris Bosh and LeBron James have had a long and storied history together in the NBA.
Teaming up in Miami in the summer of 2010, the two, alongside Heat legend Dwyane Wade, would proceed the appear in the next four NBA Finals series, winning two against the Thunder and Spurs in 2012 and 2013, and losing the Mavs and Spurs in 2011 and 2014.
Regardless of the immense success the two shared together in Miami however, Chris Bosh doesn’t believe LeBron deserves to win this season’s’ MVP award.
TMZ Sports asked Bosh on Thursday who he believes will be taking home honors at the end of the season, and named James Harden of the Houston Rockets over James.
“Harden this year.” Bosh said with a wide grin before hopping into his car.
Both LeBron and Harden have cases to win MVP this year, with The Beard, alongside Chris Paul, leading the Rockets to their first ever 60-win season and first seed while leading the league in scoring (30.7 PPG) and throwing in 8.7 assists as well.
Meanwhile, LeBron has been his usual self — perhaps even better actually — in his 15th NBA season, and amidst all the drama and personnel changes over in Cleveland, has put up career highs in assists (9.1) and rebounds (8.6) per game en route to a 45-30 record, good for third in the East thus far.