Chris Bosh told SNY television in New York he will consider playing in New York, but he's not going to wait on LeBron James to decide first.
"Anytime you have the opportunity to play with certain guys, you have to take that into consideration. When it all goes down, he's gonna be one of the all-time greats," Bosh said of James. "At the same time, I can't just sit around and wait. I have to be proactive with my choices and what's gonna make me happy. I have to make sure I take my time and make the right decision."
The Knicks don't necessarily need two stars this summer, although they'd gladly take them. Team president Donnie Walsh has said he'd be willing to be patient and spend some of the team's cap money next summer, when Carmelo Anthony can become a free agent. For more on the Knicks' courtship of LeBron and other stars, see Sunday's Beacon Journal.