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Chris Bosh expresses disappointment over Hall Of Fame snub


People are sleeping once again on Chris Bosh.

The two-time NBA champion was vocal to express his disappointment over his non-inclusion in the Basketball Hall of Fame this 2020.

“I’m going to be honest with you.I’m a competitive man. I’ve been competing my whole life,” said Bosh on his uploaded video on Instagram. “A lot of people don’t really know that about me, but I’m a fierce competitor. Losing bothers me. Coming up short bothers me.”

Bosh averaged 19.2 points at 8.5 rebounds in his 14-year career, and he was selected in the All-Star team 11 times.

“What if there’s not a next year? That’s something that I think about every day. And I hope you think about it as well, but what if there’s not a tomorrow? What does that even mean? That is a definite question that’s been on my mind quite a bit, but I just have to be honest with you guys. I’m very disappointed,” he shared.

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I’m not gonna lie and I’ll get right to it, I’m disappointed I won’t be in the HOF this year, especially with this amazing class of players I have looked up to throughout my career. BUT sometimes things don’t work out the way you want, and you HAVE to move on. You can’t sit around feeling sorry for yourself or blaming other people. You have to put in the work and get moving. Work towards your next goal or your next challenge. We’ve all been disappointed in the past, I know I have, especially when my career was cut short. But you can’t stop living your life. So I’m moving forward, will you? Life doesn’t stop‼️Let’s get it🙌🏿 Also, just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has shown me love the past few days. I’ve read all the comments, much appreciated ❤️

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Bosh’s playing years was cut short in 2015 when he was diagnosed with a career-threatening blood clot on his lungs.

This year’s Hall Of Fame will be featuring other legends like former San Antonio star Tim Duncan, “The Big Ticket” Kevin Garnett, and the late LA Lakers legend Kobe Bryant.