Chris Bosh was drafted in the 2003 NBA Draft with the 4th overall pick to the Toronto Raptors. This was the same draft class as Dwyane Wade (5th pick), LeBron James (1st pick) and even Carmelo Anthony (3rd pick), three close friends of Bosh. But the Wade-James-Bosh friendship would eventually sky rocket when they became teammates in 2010 and became one of the best trios in NBA history. They went on to win two championships in 2012 and 2013, doing so in four straight Finals appearances. They did not manage to get the job done against the Dirk Nowitzki led Dallas Mavericks in 2011 or the Kawhi Leonard and Tim Duncan led San Antonio Spurs in 2014, but still left a great dynasty behind in Miami Heat history.

LeBron’s decision to leave the Heat in 2014, and take his talent back home to the Cleveland Cavaliers sparked a downfall for the Heat. Bosh found himself in a string of unwanted health troubles, and Wade eventually decided to take his own talents to his own hometown in Chicago. This was the end of the big three era in Miami, but possibly the start of something new in Cleveland. Dwyane Wade recently signed a veterans minimum contract to play with LeBron James in Cleveland, and Bosh has full confidence about the success that can be achieved in The Land.

Number three for the dynamic duo?

The duo of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade has the chance to further their legacy into a higher territory of great duos in NBA history.

They both have three NBA championships but have won two of those together. Dwyane Wade won his separate title in 2006 with Shaquille O’Neal and the Miami Heat when they defeated the Dallas Mavericks. While LeBron James recently won his third title in 2016, when the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from down 3-1 to defeat the 73-9 Golden State Warriors with unanimous MVP, Stephen Curry leading the charge.

But after re-joining, they have the chance at winning a third championship together and a fourth overall.

Chris Bosh was recently confronted by TMZ Sports and was asked about his good friends Dwyane Wade and LeBron James teaming up again and their likelihood of winning another championship.

Bosh called them “my guys, best guys in the world man” and was certain of their chances of winning ring number three together, saying “of course.”

Will Bosh ever play with them again?

Chris Bosh has made it known in the past year that he’s excited and is looking forward to returning to the NBA in the near future. His health issues have kept him out the last few seasons, and recently parted ways with the Miami Heat, becoming a free agent. But his health has gotten somewhat better since that time, but although doctors don’t think it’s the right time yet, Bosh is still eager to get back on the court. He would have the chance to sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers this year or next year if he was to return, and it would likely have to be a veterans minimum contract, but the chance to play with Wade and LeBron again would entice him. Seeing the big three back together once again would be special, especially as players like Kevin Love, Isaiah Thomas, and Derrick Rose are also on the roster.