Former NBA all-star and Miami Heat power forward, Chris Bosh has spoken up about the feud between the two NBA superstars in Cleveland, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. This feud between two of the biggest names in professional basketball has been the main headline in the basketball universe this week. Many professional athletes, NBA superstars and basketball legends have shared their opinions about the "beef" that has been going on. Many have shared insight into what the Cavaliers or LeBron and Kyrie should to squash their differences and get along together, and one of those who has spoken up, is 11-time all-star, Chris Bosh.

Bosh has his take on the situation

In a recent interview with TMZ sports, Chris Bosh was asked about the feud between the two superstars, and what his thoughts are on the situation. Chris said that they should ‘work it out’ and proceeded to explain that hashing things out is "always" the best idea. Bosh obviously knows how well these two have been playing together over the past three years and is very close with King James personally, so he would love to see them playing with each other once again this upcoming season.

Chris Bosh recently hinted that he would love to come back to play professional basketball again, stating that playing alongside LeBron James again would be something he would love to do.

And from his standpoint, he would probably love to play with Kyrie Irving also if he got the chance to play on the Cleveland Cavaliers team in the near future.

Bosh respects Irving’s viewpoint

Kyrie Irving obviously at this point is seeking a trade so he can be the face of a team and write his own path, and this is something that Chris Bosh holds respect for.

Bosh when asked about Irving’s desire to write his own legacy instead of being looked at as the King’s sidekick said, “Absolutely, that’s what we all want right?” Bosh experienced this during his first seven years in the league as a member of the Toronto Raptors. He did play with some star talent including Tracy McGrady, Vince Carter and a young DeMar DeRozan, but for the most part, it was his team and he orchestrated the show.

He then decided to take the opportunity at playing with Dwyane Wade to compete for a championship, as LeBron also joined up. It paid off for CB as he won a championship title in 2012 and 2013.

Now, after suffering from many health related issues over the past few years, Bosh is looking to make a return to the NBA.