Chris Bosh uncertain of his, Lebron James' Heat future

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Chris Bosh refused to be drawn on his future plans during this weekends All-Star event in New Orleans.

With his current deal due to expire this July, the big man could enter the free market this summer. 

Teammate LeBron James is in the same situation.

And speaking to USA Today, Bosh seemed far from certain concerning his, or LeBron's, future plans:

"My answer (about his uncertain future) would be 'I don't know'.

"The truth is that we don't know, and I wouldn't ask him. And even whatever he tells me, you're not the same person now that you're going to be in July.

"It's just a matter of fact. You're going to change," he told Sam Amick.

Bosh's aloof response regarding the futures of both players is likely to fuel expectations that both he and LeBron will test free agency following the culmination of the current campaign.

The pair have been with the Florida franchise since joining in 2010, from the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers respectively. Joined by Dwyane Wade, the pair have been instrumental in helping the team clinch two Championships. 

The Heat will be keen on retaining their services but as ever with free agency, the player is in a position of power and would be foolish not to see what other options arise. 

Bosh is averaging 16.6 points per game, spending 31.7 minutes on the court this season.

What do you think? Will Bosh be in a Heat uniform come next season?

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